NDSU Bison meet with President Trump

North Dakota State White House visit includes fast food spread

North Dakota State White House visit includes fast food spread

President Donald Trump made national headlines when he chose to serve up a fast food buffet to the Clemson Tigers after they defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide in the NCAA Football National Championship Game. "If it's American, I like it", he said.

President Donald Trump noted Monday that he could have offered North Dakota State chef-prepared food, but he went with the fast food instead.

While at the White House, Trump was presented a Bison team jersey with the No. 45 (Trump is the 45th president) by starting quarterback Easton Stick.

The champion North Dakota State Bison football team was in town, and McDonald's and Chick-Fil-A were on the lunch menu.

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

While they didn't expect there to be any food, Trump made sure the players were treated to some burgers and fries.

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But it appears that ordering massive amounts of fast food for college-aged kids is now a thing.

"Somebody better draft him", he said of Stick. "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".

The Bison reportedly approached the trip as a team bonding experience.

On Saturday, Head Coach Matt Entz of the NDSU Bison told the Grand Forks Herald that the visit was an important morale booster.

"It was fantastic, it was something I won't ever forget", Kennelly said.

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