Trump Jokes About Impeachment During Visit From LSU Tigers

Trump Jokes About Impeachment During Visit From LSU Tigers

Trump Jokes About Impeachment During Visit From LSU Tigers

With the LSU team assembled behind him and the College Football Playoff trophy and the AFCA national championship trophy beside him, Trump gave the Tigers plaudits. The victory marked the team's fourth national title in the school's history, CBS affiliate WAFB reports.

A day after visiting with President Donald Trump at the White House, Tigers players rode on trucks pulled by floats and tossed Mardi Gras beads to fans along the route through the western side of campus to the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

"They got a good one now", he said.

"He's gonna be so rich, we're looking at money", he said to star lineman Austin Deculus.

He continued to talk up the US military - claiming his administration catches terrorists much like a football team would take out their opponents.

"What an honor to be here at the White House". It seemingly rose to popularity with the help of a few players on the team, including LSU wide receivers Ja'Marr Chase and Justin Jefferson, Grant Delpit who plays safety, and tight end Jamal Pettigrew. Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow sauntered in close behind, wearing sunglasses and a backward baseball cap with beads dangling around his neck. We have the best soldiers.

"Me and Shawn communicated on social media and then we started hanging out with Grant and Mal". "This team showed the world what it means to look out for one another".

"After breaking a bone in his hand playing at Ohio State, Joe sat on the bench and wasn't happy about it, I heard he was not thrilled", Trump said to Burrow.

The trip comes after LSU claimed the National Championship title by beating Clemson 42-25 on January 13 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Burrow spoke at the podium after Trump and coach Ed Orgeron. But we do good.

Donald Trump Jr. also posted the video on Twitter.

The 2019 campaign for LSU football was one we'll never forget.

Friday marked the anniversary of a year since last year's champion Clemson Tigers visited the White House.

LSU security Jacoby Stevens, from Nashville, said he had always dreamed of playing for the Tigers.

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