The president is celebrating the Tigers’ national championship Monday evening by serving up fast food from some of America’s biggest chains.
“I think we’re going to serve McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger Kings with some pizza,” he said of the menu planned for the Monday gathering. “I really mean it. It will be interesting. And I would think that’s their favorite food. So we’ll see what happens. But they’re coming tonight, the national champions, subject to the weather.”
The menu heated up a lot of comments on Twitter. Naturally, some weren’t impressed.
Donald Trump served McDonalds, Burger King and Wendy’s at the White House because he us ghetto AF.
What a complete disgrace to the nation. Can you imagine being invited to the White House and being served McDonalds. What an insult! What a disgrace! pic.twitter.com/jy7yjWc16b
— broadNabroad ⚽️ (@broadNabroad) January 14, 2019
To be correct 300 cold nasty burgers and the first 250 are all Trump’s for later.
— DGrimes (@DGrimes2) January 15, 2019
At fast food buffet honoring national champion Clemson Tigers, President Trump announces new nominees for Chief of Staff and Attorney General. pic.twitter.com/qoiMK9KpfD
— Brad Simpson (@bradleyrsimpson) January 15, 2019
Some people imagined what was going on behind the scenes.
White House Staffer, choking through tears – “I… guess… we could… use the… Lincoln gravy boats… for the… Mc… the McNug… the McNugget sauces.” 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/cLxJeYnBwr
— W. Kamau Bell (@wkamaubell) January 15, 2019
Others compared the menu to what might have been served during the last administration.
Everyone upset within Trump serving fast food, but Obama served hot dogs for a Super Bowl Party. It doesn’t matter. I’d eat that shit up lol.
— Endless Night (@endlessnightmlp) January 15, 2019
look, is it objectively hilarious that Trump is serving mcdonalds and wendys in the white house? yes but i will not have anyone disparage wendys because it owns
— j (@liberalstrawman) January 14, 2019
Another person thought Wendy’s had a good reason to clap back at the president.
One person suspected that the president got advice on the menu from a previous chief executive.