North Dakota State Was Also Served Fast Food at the White House

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President Donald Trump once again served a buffet of McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A to the North Dakota State University Bison Football team earlier this Monday morning.

President Donald Trump honored the FCS Division-1 football championship of the NDSU Bison with a White House ceremony March 4th.

We've been through this before, but football players don't get to be elite athletes or large humans by eating fast food.

"We could've had chefs, we could have, but we had fast food - because I know you people", Trump said to the players amid laughter.

The President said the choice for a fast-food dinner was aimed at supporting American business.

"We like American companies", he said.

Trump is greeting football players at the White House with fast food — again
Trump Serves Chick-Fil-A Sandwiches And Big Macs To North Dakota State Football Players

Trump, according to a pool report, introduced the players by the "Bison" team nickname and joked that they told him, "Sir, make sure you say it with a Z".

President Trump made serious headlines in mid-January for the meal he served Clemson's football team, which visited the White House to celebrate its national title win over Alabama.

The meal consisted of items from Chick-Fil-A, as well as Big Macs and fries from McDonald's. The Bison Coach did not want this trip to be shown as a political message but that it was a bonding experience for the team.

During the visit, Stick also presented Trump, the 45th President of the United States, with a custom "45" jersey.

"We addressed [politics]", Entz told The Herald. The team was invited to Washington by North Dakota Sen.

Despite the food, championship ceremonies went on as planned at the White House.