More fast food for college champions at the White House

Trump hosted another college championship team at the White House Monday, and again offered a spread of fast food; the 2018 FCS Division I Football National Champion North Dakota State Bison were presented with silver platters of french fries, Chick-fil-A sandwiches and Big Macs.

When Trump, who boasts about his massive wealth, hosted the College Football National Champion Clemson Tigers during the shutdown in January he said he would have fast food because he had to pay for it himself, but apparently this is going to be his thing, saying, "Go. Eat up" after 17 minutes of speeches.

It's a good think french fries and burgers hold up real well...

At the end of the video he answers one question, which is of course about cooperating with a request from House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler for documents relating to Trump Jr., his businesses and more that 60 individuals in his administration.

"I cooperate all the time with everybody."

That's not a "Yes." And then he brings immediately starts in with the hoax talk.

"And you know the beautiful thing: no collusion. It is all a hoax. You’re going to learn about that as you get older. It’s a political hoax, there’s no collusion."

Maybe he doesn't know what the request is for, because it's actually not about coordinating with Russia to win the 2016 election, it's about obstruction of justice (okay, that's probably related to the Mueller investigation), corruption and abuse of power.

- Cory

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