President Donald Trump was lambasted for serving mountains of fast food burgers and fries for the national champion Clemson Tigers football team during their visit to the White House.

Trump said that due to the government shutdown, someone suggested that the first and second ladies prepare small meals like salads -- but he thought differently.

Most of the late night hosts criticized Trump for the food choice, and CNN commentator Joan Walsh said it was "sexist" to believe that women should prepare salads for the players.

Juan Williams said that although "everybody likes burgers... if you go to an event at the White House, [the] food is usually spectacular."

He said that Trump -- who has shared photos of himself enjoying Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonalds -- was like "Willy Wonka at the chocolate factory."


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"He's got exactly what he wants, which is fast food," Williams said. "It's not about [Clemson's team], it's about him the narcissist."

Williams said Trump, who paid for the meal himself instead of out of taxpayer funds, should have "forked over a few more bucks" and given the Upstate South Carolina team "something memorable to eat."

Jesse Watters replied that the meal was indeed "memorable" because the media cannot get enough of it.

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