Champs! Trump Greets N. Dakota State Football Team with Fast-Food Buffet, Left Complains...Again

Nick Kangadis | March 4, 2019
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I’m convinced the president does certain things in a certain way just to watch others melt down for no particular reason. If the always-need-something-to-complain-about left weren’t triggered the last time President Donald Trump hosted a national championship football team, they are now.

Trump welcomed NCAA Football Championship Subdivision winners, the North Dakota State University Bisons (NDSU), to the White House on Monday and catered the event with a familiar theme to it.

NDSU entered the East Room in the White House to find McDonald’s burgers, much like NCAA Division I Football Subdivision national champions the Clemson Tigers enjoyed during their White House visit. But, Trump added items from fellow fast-food chain Chick-fil-A.

NDSU Football’s Twitter page posted some of their experience visiting the White House:

Right on cue, leftists had to give their two cents because #OrangeManBad:







The Grand Forks Herald noted that none of the NDSU players opted out of the trip to the White House for political reasons.  NDSU football coach Matt Entz spoke about the trip being a bonding experience for those involved.

“We addressed it,” Entz told the Herald. “This isn’t a political trip, this is a Bison trip and, personally, I sold it as two things: It’s one more opportunity for the 2018 team to be together, but also in my mind the start of the 2019 season and the things we’re going to do together.”

Entz’s comments was a perfect explanation on how any team should view an opportunity to visit the White House after winning a championship. It shouldn’t matter who’s in the Oval Office at the time a team wins a championship. It’s an opportunity that very few people get a chance to ever experience.

Congratulations, Bisons!

For video of the event, watch below:


H/T: Fox News