Donald Trump has seemingly created a tradition after the President of the United States served the FCS Champion North Dakota State Bison a buffet of fast food Monday.
The silver-plattered array of fried food was the second time President Trump has served a college football champion fast food, infamously greeting the National Champion Clemson Tigers with the same during their White House visit.
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The NDSU football team was invited to the White House by Donald Trump to celebrate winning their seventh FCS title via a 38-24 win over Eastern Washington back in January.
The buffet consisted of Big Mac’s from McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A sandwiches and french fries.
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Trump claimed the time he served fast food was due to the government shut down, but with the government up and running during NDSU’s visit, it seems like the fast food is here to stay as the cuisine for college champion visits.