Just weeks after Clemson Tigers came to the White House to eat an assortment of lukewarm fast-food from various popular places, Donald Trump was back at it again. He said he personally paid for that meal because much of the staff in the White House residence had been furloughed by a government shutdown.
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During the 2016 campaign, it was said that the four major food groups onboard Donald Trump's private plane were "McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, pizza and Diet Coke".
As expected, the White House's fast-food treatment sparked plenty of negative reactions on Twitter. "Somebody better draft him!" The team was invited to Washington by North Dakota Sen.
Stick, who joined his former teammates after showing his skills at the National Football League combine in Indianapolis, presented the president a North Dakota State No. 45 jersey.
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The tradition of championship sports teams visiting the White House appears to have a new wrinkle.
The president is a noted fan of unhealthy comfort food, defying doctors' orders to lose weight and also boasting about how little exercise he does.
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. "It's probably watching our players as they experience something that some of them probably have never been a part of before".
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