I mean, it's clear there was a reason — they wanted a distraction from all the news.
But did they give a formal explanation for the departure from past practices? Usually championship teams from all sports visit the White House several months later.
— Kevin M. Kruse (@KevinMKruse) January 15, 2019
I swear to actual god that it didn't click for me until just now that the burger bonanza is because the government is shutdown and the people who'd feed Clemson are furloughed. I honestly just thought Trump really wanted some dang burgers
— Hayes Brown (@HayesBrown) January 15, 2019
Was Brawndo the beverage for the evening?
— Dr. Fronc (@jenfronc) January 14, 2019
So you’re saying that the moment Trump has to personally pay for meals, he goes with the cheapest alternative? https://t.co/xcDjEg8JGB
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) January 14, 2019
This whole fast food thing could have been charming and even a good political move if a human president had done it.
— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) January 14, 2019
Clemson football has an "executive performance chef" dietary coach, whose specific job is to ensure the players do not eat the very food Donald Trump is serving them in the White House tonight https://t.co/oKCj202lhf
— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) January 14, 2019
Since Ronald McDonald died, they’ve hired a new clown to push the product. pic.twitter.com/jU8YtzppSj
— Great Scott! ???? (@ScottFrazier19) January 14, 2019