Trump serves fast food to North Dakota State football championship team

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President Trump invited the North Dakota State Bison, the seven-time NCAA Football Championship Subdivision winners, to the White House Monday, and once again rolled out a menu of a few of his favorite fast-food dishes.

Backing off the success of the meal, President Trump made a decision to repeat himself when the FCS champion North Dakota State University football team came by for their visit.

"We could've had chefs, we could have, but we had fast food".

"Because I know you people very well", Trump, famed for his fast-food fondness, told the athletes to light laughter.

Praising the player, Trump said he had "the look" of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who has a well-documented friendship with the president.

"We like American companies", the president said, before encouraging everyone to "go eat up".

In January, Trump welcomed another champion U.S. college team, the Clemson Tigers, with what he called an "all American" feast of burgers and pizzas.

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The meal consisted of items from Chick-Fil-A, as well as Big Macs and fries from McDonald's.

North Dakota State, a Division I university, basically plays one level below Clemson University, which competes for the NCAA's Football Bowl Series (FBS) championship.

While the President's physical last month showed him to be in decent health, it also indicated he was clinically obese.

On Saturday, Head Coach Matt Entz of the NDSU Bison told the Grand Forks Herald that the visit was an important morale booster.

The team arrives on Capitol Hill for our luncheon and a Capitol tour.

Trump, after shaking hands with some players, cracked that he was briefed on the proper pronunciation of the North Dakota State "Bison".

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