Clemson Quarterback Trevor Lawrence Says Fast Food At The White House Was ‘Awesome’

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Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence was all in on President Donald Trump’s choice of fast food at the White House Monday night.

The Tigers visited the president at the White House after winning the national championship, and were served a variety of fast food.

Now, that seems like an interesting decision considering how closely watched the diets of elite athletes are watched. Lawrence didn’t seem to mind at all. (RELATED: Clemson Beats Alabama For National Title)

“It was awesome. We had McDonald’s and everything. It was good,” Lawrence told TMZ in a video posted Tuesday morning.

Trump serving superstar football players fast food is honestly one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a long time. As somebody who has been around athletics my whole life, I can promise the nutritionists didn’t love this at all. (RELATED: Can You Handle Trump’s McDonald’s Order? We Tried, And It Wasn’t Pretty)

That’s why Trump is Trump. He probably couldn’t care less what the dietary needs of future NFL players are. He’s sticking with Big Macs.


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I’ve seen some athletes get absolutely reamed out for their eating habits when getting caught red-handed with some fast food.

The rules are just different when it’s the White House and Trump is running the show. I don’t care what you think about the president. Him serving fast food is laugh-out-loud funny content.

Now, Lawrence might not want to get hooked because that food isn’t going to help him make the NFL. That’s a fact.

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