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Published:March 5th, 2019 17:46 EST
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Shame on The North Dakota State Bison for Accepting Invitation to Trump's White House

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Another championship football team visited the White House on Monday.

And President Donald Trump once again had a buffet of fast food waiting for his guests.

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Trump welcomed the Football Championship Subdivision champions - the North Dakota State Bison - to the White House on Monday. And, according to a pool report, he served them a lunchtime spread of Big-Macs, Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches and French fries, among other fast-food items.

Trump served a similar meal to the Clemson Tigers when they visited the White House in January."

USA Today

College football players are world-class athletes, and their bodies are their meal tickets -- naturally they are very conscious about eating nutritionally balanced meals.

But a glutton thinks everyone is a glutton, and it`s not surprising that the morbidly obese Big Mac-loving president served his guests a feast of calorie-laden fast food.

I don`t think Trump`s fast food spread deserves to be called a "buffet," even the most humble and inexpensive buffet offers at least a couple of fancy items like lobster tails or salmon. Unless the condiments included Grey Poupon mustard, there was nothing fancy about Trump`s lunchtime spread.

Not that I feel any sympathy for the North Dakota State Bison, that`s what they deserve for attending a function at the White House of the racist-in-chief.

Most champions of professional leagues, like the NBA champion Golden State Warriors, have refused to legitimize the presidency of Trump by visiting the White House.

I guess that only a team that few people have heard of, like The North Dakota State Bison, would accept an invitation to meet the president at the White House.

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https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2019/03/04/donald-trump-north-dakota-state-fast-food-white-house/3056111002/

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