Trump invites another college team for a fast-food feast

Trump invites another college team for a fast-food feast

Trump invites another college team for a fast-food feast

It's another historic day for the NDSU Bison Football team, after having the privilege of visiting the White House where they met and spoke with President Donald Trump.

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

"We could have had chefs - we could have - but we got fast food", Trump said at the event.

In the above and below pictures, you can see the President speaking to the team while they enjoy some libations from fast food joints such as McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A.

President Donald Trump is keeping his visits with college athletes consistent.

North Dakota State quarterback Easton Stick joined his former teammates after participating in the National Football League scouting combine in Indianapolis.

Trump celebrated the FCS-champion North Dakota State University football team at the White House on Monday with a lunch that included Big Macs, french fries and Chick-fil-A sandwiches.

But it appears that ordering massive amounts of fast food for college-aged kids is now a thing. The White House blamed the government shutdown's effect on the kitchen staff (while still forgoing a catered meal from a legitimate restaurant) for the unusual food choice.

The Bison defeated Eastern Washington in January, 38-24, to win their second straight title.

"For me, personally, the No. 1 thing is just the team being together", Entz said. "Not many people have the opportunity to be invited to the White House, so it was a surreal experience and I'm thankful to be part of it".

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