President Trump Feeds College Football National Champions ‘Hamberders’ and Twitter Can’t Stomach It

The Clemson University football team was invited to the White House Monday to celebrate their College Football National Championship win in a scene that was also a feast for social media users.

The South Carolina team, which defeated the University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide 44-16 on Jan. 7, was offered a candelabra-lit spread of takeout food from McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King and Domino’s.

In a since-deleted tweet, the president boasted that the group was served 1,000 “hamberders” at the event that he paid for himself – a spelling error that immediately prompted online snickers. Meanwhile, aides said there were closer to 300 burgers at the event.

The President reportedly paid for the food himself because many of the White House staff are furloughed due to the partial government shutdown, Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley told CNN in a statement.

Trump, who has claimed to be a big fan of fast food himself, told reporters before the event, “We have some very large people that like eating. So I think we’re going to have a little fun.”

Later, Twitter users had more than a little fun with the “hamberders” typo.

Some pointed out that nothing kept the fast food warm as it sat on the tables. While Trump’s critics implied that the junk food was a good metaphor for the President himself.

“This is an incredible self-own for someone who aims to be worth $ 10 billion,” wrote user Judd Legum.

The meal also caught the attention of former NFL running back Reggie Bush, who tweeted that the dinner was “disrespectful on so many levels.”

In a video of the event, the players seem to be enjoying the food. One player loudly says that the food is “awesome.”

“I thought it was a joke,” he adds.

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‘FIFA 19’: Watch Two Champions Go Head-to-Head for Ultimate Bragging Rights

Former Smosh Games streamer Lasercorn is a champion-level gamer who entertains hundreds of thousands of fans on his YouTube channel. Cyrus “Glitch” Spencer leveraged a star-making turn on So You Think You Can Dance into a professional dance career. Now these two champions in their respective fields are going head-to-head in FIFA 19 to determine who’s the ultimate champion on the pitch.

They’re trying out one of the new Kick Off modes, Survival, which removes a player from a team whenever that team scores a goal. Watch the video above to see who comes out on top!

Champions Rise

Lasercorn and Cyrus also took time to chat about their origin stories — how they got started doing what they love and how they rose to the tops of the games. Watch the video above to find out.

Anatomy of a Champion

Once you make it to the top of your field, how do you stay on top? Lasercorn and Cyrus break down their current day-to-day routines to find out how to stay a champion-caliber performer. Watch the video above for details.

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Sloane Stephens comes out on top in battle of last two US Open champions

SINGAPORE — In a match between the last two U.S. Open champions, Sloane Stephens came out on top.

The 2017 champion beat Naomi Osaka 7-5, 4-6, 6-1 Monday at the WTA Finals, the season-ending tournament for the top eight players in the world.

Both players are making their debut appearances at the…

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