A number of newspapers were quick to estimate the amount Trump spent on the platters of burgers and fries if this was indeed the case, coming up with figures anywhere between $861.72 and $2,911.44.
The president said he personally paid for the Clemson meal because much of the staff in the White House residence had been furloughed by a government shutdown.
President Donald Trump made national headlines when he chose to serve up a fast food buffet to the Clemson Tigers after they defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide in the NCAA Football National Championship Game.
Trump joked that he could've served fancier food, but said, "I know you people", and "we like American companies".
"We sold it as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that we're taking", Entz said before the trip.
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The Tigers' team was served a deluxe fast food spread, including McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King.
But on Monday, Trump, who has a well-publicized penchant for the Golden Arches, suggested the decision was aimed at supporting American business.
The North Dakota State football team joined the president at the White House for a celebration Monday of their seventh national title in eight years. The team was invited to Washington by North Dakota Sen.
U.S. President Donald Trump welcomes athletes to the White House.
"Go and eat up", the president instructed. The team, expressing gratitude to Trump for hosting them, presented him with his own green and yellow Bison jersey, featuring the president's name and the number 45 on its back.