On Monday, President Donald Trump invited NCAA football champions the Clemson Tigers to the White House and served them up a fast food feast that the president paid for himself because of the government shutdown.
The champions chowed down on food from McDonald’s, Wendy’s Burger King and Dominoes.
But a lot of the liberal media bashed the serving of fast food.
The WaPo even wrote a 1200 word article to fact check Trump saying he’d serve the team a pile of burgers a mile high.
But the team seemed to have a great time.
There was this epic take:
And then quarterback Trevor spilled the beans and broke the liberal media’s mind, telling TMZ that the spread was “awesome,” “it was good” and that he’d love to come back.
But now comes Miguel Chavis, the Clemson defensive player development coach.
And what he has to say in a Facebook post about the experience is a model lesson for all teams invited to the White House.
“Proud to be an American and a member of the National Championship football team, the Clemson University Tigers today. I can’t believe this boy from Fayetteville, NC got to eat McDonald’s with his wife and some of his closest friends in the White House. There’s enough hate and division in the world, especially when it comes to politics. The team loved it. The families loved it, and everyone was so hospitable and welcoming in the White House. It’s a pretty cool tradition that the National Champions get to visit the White House. I don’t know if I will ever get that experience again but I’m blessed to experience it at least once!
People can politicize anything. Today and tonight wasn’t about politics, political parties, presidents or what divides us. Tonight was about a group of young men being honored for their extraordinary feat and their unbelievable character. Congrats boys; y’all deserve it!
Go Tigers and Go America!”
How cool is that?