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President Trump made serious headlines in mid-January for the meal he served Clemson's football team, which visited the White House to celebrate its national title win over Alabama.

"Because the Democrats refuse to negotiate on border security, much of the residence staff at the White House is furloughed - so the President is personally paying for the event to be catered with some of everyone's favorite fast foods", Sanders said in a statement at the time.

Trump, clearly unperturbed by the media's coverage of the Clemson visit, opted to bring out fast food again Monday for the NDSU players, who recently won the Football Championship Subdivision title.

Visiting Washington D.C. on Monday, FCS Division I national champions North Dakota State met with Trump and toured the oval office as part of their celebratory visit to the nation's capital.

Trump is greeting football players at the White House with fast food — again

We've been through this before, but football players don't get to be elite athletes or large humans by eating fast food. Not to mention the president is a huge personal fan of the California native fast food enterprise: "We like American companies, OK?" he declared. Trump said he paid for the food himself.

"We could have had chefs", Trump told the players and coaches assembled in front of a varnished table heaped in Big Macs and bags of Chick-fil-A chicken meals.

To Easton Stick, the player who broke the Bison's all-time touchdown passing record, the president had a personal message: "You're the real deal, I tell you". The team, expressing gratitude to Trump for hosting them, presented him with his own green and yellow Bison jersey, featuring the president's name and the number 45 on its back. The team was scheduled to attend a luncheon with Sen. "They'll say, 'Isn't it disgusting?"