Twitter had all of the jokes after seeing Clemson's fast food spread at the White House

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The Clemson Tigers visited the White House on Monday to celebrate their National Championship win over Alabama earlier this month.

Instead of an elegant food spread, as one might expect when visiting the White House, Clemson had a much different spread waiting for them.

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Twitter had plenty of jokes after seeing the fast food spread that Donald Trump laid out for Clemson during their White House visit on Monday. (Photo Chris Kleponis/Getty Images)
Twitter had plenty of jokes after seeing the fast food spread that Donald Trump laid out for Clemson during their White House visit on Monday. (Photo Chris Kleponis/Getty Images)

Donald Trump announced on Monday that, because of the government shutdown, he was paying for the “event to be catered with some of everyone’s favorite fast foods.”

Yes, really.

McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King and pizza were brought in and placed on silver platters.


Naturally, Twitter had all of the jokes after seeing pictures of Trump with the food all set up.












Perhaps the best comparison out there, though, was when people realized how similar the scene at the White House was to the dinner scene from Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.





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