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Bush: Trump’s Clemson fast food selection ‘slap in face’

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Reggie Bush, who won a championship with the USC Trojans in 2003, said that President Donald Trump’s fast food selection was a ‘huge slap in the face.” In addition, he said “[it was] disrespectful on so many levels.”

Trump had the Clemson Tigers football team visit the White House on Monday. The Tigers won the College Football Playoff National Championship over the Alabama Crimson Tide on Jan. 7 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Former San Francisco 49ers running back Reggie Bush rushing the ball against the Minnesota Vikings

Reggie Bush rushing the ball against the Minnesota Vikings (Getty Images)

The President said when talking to the Clemson team that he had to get fast food because of the government shutdown. In addition, he admitted that he paid for the fast food himself.

He fed the players and staff a fast food buffet with a variety of foods from Wendy’s, Burger King, and McDonald’s. Trump said on Tuesday morning, “[they were] great players and great eaters.”

“Just when you think you’ve seen it all, @ClemsonFB you guys deserve better you are world champs and this is the honor you receive from our nations leader!?,” Bush wrote on Twitter. “This is disrespectful on so many levels, just a huge slap in the face after that kind of performance! SMH!”

When Bush’s Trojans won the championship, his team visited the White House during George W. Bush’s presidency.

Trump’s Republican White House is clashing with the Democrats over a border wall. That has led to the government shutdown.

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