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Trump to honor champion Clemson at White House on Monday

FOX Sports Saturday, 12 January 2019
Trump to honor champion Clemson  at White House on MondayPresident Donald Trump says he's looking forward to celebrating Clemson's national champion football team at the White House on Monday
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News video: Trump personally pays for Clemson's fast-food White House meals

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President Donald Trump is personally paying for the meals that will be provided to the Clemson University football team during their national championship celebration at the White House on Monday night, CNN has learned.

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