Trump celebrates North Dakota football champs with fast food

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

North Dakota State, the FCS national champion, is in D.C.to celebrate its national championship.

He referenced the chicken sandwiches set before the podium.

President Trump greeted the athletes, calling the group, "big, strong, powerful champions".

The visit occurred in the middle of a government shutdown over funding for Mr. Trump's border wall, so much of the White House catering staff was furloughed. They were still served cold fast food.

A big day Monday for the NDSU football team. He added, whispering genially to players on the side of the podium: "Were they good?"

"You should all be incredibly proud", he said, before giving a special shout out to the team's quarterback, Easton Stick, who was named Most Outstanding Player.

"Somebody better draft him". Trump said of his choice of food offerings. They also told the reporter that the President did not eat with them. He didn't have to tell the Bisons twice.

Although Trump's selection of food options were ridiculed online, the president seemed happy with how things turned out. "Blessed to be a part of @NDSUathletics", he wrote. The team was scheduled to attend a luncheon with Sen.

The president remarked that the quarterback would be a valuable asset to an National Football League team, and even compared him to New England Patriots legendary quarterback Tom Brady.

"When you play with passion, love, and you really love your team ... and relentlessly reach for excellence, nothing is impossible".

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

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