Trump serves fast food feast to another football team

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The president also insisted at the time that fast food was what the players really wanted.

On Monday, athletes from North Dakota State University got served a massive fast food spread during their visit to the 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - over one month after the Clemson Tigers found the same meal waiting for them.

Now with the government shutdown over, the FCS national champion North Dakota State Bison were welcomed to the White House on Monday.

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The South Carolina team visited the White House during the partial government shutdown, and the president served the team members Burger King and McDonald's. "He's going to be a rich guy", the president said. But hey, at least there was Chick-fil-A this time around. They were probably happy to get to eat a little earlier than expected.

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

You may remember that Trump hosted Clemson in January at the White House to celebrate the Tigers' 44-16 national championship win over Alabama.

The Bisons on January 5 beat Eastern Washington 38-24, for a record seventh title in eight seasons in the Football Championship Subdivision.

It was their second championship in a row and seventh in eight years in the division that used to be known as "Division I-AA".

"He invited us in groups of 20 into the Oval Office for more photo opportunities, and from what I heard from the staff, that doesn't happen very often", Kennelly said.

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