WASHINGTON – LSU tigers are heading to the White House.
The LSU team that beat Clemson at a 42-25 national championship game in New Orleans on Monday will receive a special visit with President Donald Trump to celebrate their victory on Friday, confirmed the White House at this outlet.
Trump, who has several members of Louisiana’s congressional delegation among his closest congressional allies, participated in the game along with U.S. GOP Whip Steve Scalise, a graduate of Jefferson’s LSU, and U.S. representative Mike Johnson, a Republican. Shreveport who also graduated from LSU, along with other Republicans from Louisiana and South Carolina.
The White House memorably served fast food from McDonalds and Burger King to the Clemson championship-winning team last year during a long government arrest.
No menus were released for the LSU Tigers’ journey.
Last year, Trump welcomed the Little League World Championships from the Eastbank to the White House and let the team take a tour with him aboard Air Force One on their return trip to Louisiana.