"I know you people", he told the players.
They're the latest championship team to visit Trump at the White House for a fast-food chow-down.
It was definitely a defining - and dividing - moment for Trump, who was able to turn it into a left versus right debate on serving fast food to college champs.
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The president surprised the players with a spread of fast food to celebrate, similar to his event honoring the Clemson Tigers, the NCAA football champions.
The Bisons on January 5 beat Eastern Washington 38-24, for a record seventh title in eight seasons in the Football Championship Subdivision.
It was their second championship in a row and seventh in eight years in the division that used to be known as "Division I-AA".
The Commander in Chief celebrated the FCS-champion North Dakota State football team Monday at the White House and provided a spread that included food from McDonald's and Chick-fil-A.
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Trump encouraged the team to "go and eat up", noting that he would have a sandwich at the podium himself, but it would cause "too big a stir" with the reporters present.
"We sold it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we're taking", Entz said before the trip.
To add further insult, according to Hernandez, Trump also served McDonald's French fries by the cup (why?), yet failed to order Chick-fil-A's far-superior waffle fries.
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