What President Trump Is Feeding The North Dakota State Football Team Today

North Dakota State’s Bison will graze on fast food as Clemson did during their White House visit

However, this time he added fan-favorite Chick-fil-A to the mix, with a selection of what appeared to be chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets and the fast-food chain's signature sauces. And on Monday, he stuck with the menu for North Dakota State's visit.

North Dakota State's Bison players were in Washington celebrating the team's seventh Football Championship Subdivision win in eight years.

Another college football team is visiting the White House today.

"We could have had chefs - we could have - but we got fast food", Trump said at the event.

The South Carolina team visited the White House during the partial government shutdown, and the president served the team members Burger King and McDonald's.

Although Trump's selection of food options were ridiculed online, the president seemed happy with how things turned out.

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- David Nakamura (@DavidNakamura) March 4, 2019The Bison schedule had them eating lunch during a tour of the Capitol later and some news reports said they did not expect food at White House.

President Trump served a similar spread that included hundreds of hamburgers to Clemson's players in January.

"We like American companies", the president said, before encouraging everyone to "go eat up".

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

The North Dakota State University Bison football team were recognized for winning the NCAA FCS championship in 2018.

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