‘Fox & Friends’ Celebrates Trump’s Clemson Fast Food Party By Ordering Their Own Fast Food
The hosts of “Fox & Friends” celebrated President Donald Trump’s fast food feast for the Clemson Tigers’ football team Tuesday, by ordering a fast food spread of their own.
Trump hosted the college football champions at the White House Monday and said the players would be dining on fast food burgers from all American companies. They also sang “God Bless The USA” during the ceremony.
“How great is that? Apparently when the players walked into the dining room and they saw it, they whooped. They were so excited to see all that stuff,” co-host Steve Doocy said. (RELATED: Trump Gets Clemson Football Team Fast Food To Celebrate National Championship)
“We have our own fast food spread, some of the same foods the president brought out,” he continued. “The main difference I think is the fact that I don’t know if you can really see in those images but the fries they took out of the sleeves from, as you can see right there, and they put them into White House cups with the presidential insignia on the side. So, I have a feeling that in addition to a fast food meal, pretty much every single one of those cups probably went home as a souvenir.”
The “Fox & Friends” menu included items from McDonald’s, Domino’s and Burger King.
“Dabo’s amazing. Dabo was not supposed to be the head coach. They put him in there just to try him out for a little bit. And he ended up doing so well that he got the job, started making money and pouring money back into the lives of other people, giving back to the community,” she said.
“He’s just a wonderful representation of what South Carolina is. And I’m so proud of him. But what was also cool about this is that the president is like a man of the people. Middle America loves him, right? He’s serving french fries in White House cups and pizza and hamburgers. That’s what the people like.”
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