Back in January, Donald Trump honored the College Football National Champion Clemson Tigers with an All-American fast food spread, “paid for by [Trump,]” as a result of the government shut down over negotiations for border security.
Despite the circumstances, and the subsequent backlash, Trump decided to repeat his actions, less than two months later for the NCAA Division I-AA champion North Dakota State. Though, Trump could have had his employees prepare a celebratory meal for the championship team, he decided not to, saying, “I know you people very well.”
Upon the arrival of the Football Championship Subdivision champions, the Celebrity-in-Chief greeted the team with a buffet of fast food, including Big Macs, Chick-Fil-A sandwiches, and French fries, which were kept warm underneath a light.
“When you play with passion and love…and relentlessly reach for excellence, nothing is impossible,” Trump told the team, who ended their season on Jan. 5 with a 38-24 win over Eastern Washington University.
I mean, I guess a trip to the White House to celebrate with the Celebrity-in-Chief, who offers you food you could get on campus, is an experience to write home about.