Fast food? These celebrities offering to treat Clemson to a real champions’ dinner
Along with winning the national championship, the Clemson Tigers now have another story they'll never forget. Clemson visited the White House to celebrate their second title in three years, and President Donald Trump served them at least $900 worth of fast foodfrom McDonald's, Wendy's and Burger King.
Some of the Tigers loved it, including star quarterback Trevor Lawrence and coach Dabo Swinney, who looked like he was having the time of his life eating fast food off of fine china.
But plenty of people — some players included — were stunned that this was the real dinner the White House was serving. And some were actually so appalled by what was probably cold fast food that they offered to treat Clemson to a real champions' feast.
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