It started with a Big Mac.
Matt Bockhorst, a Clemson lineman and former St. Xavier standout, is Twitter famous for sporting a cheesy grin while stacking two Big Macs on a plate at the White House Monday night.
Find someone that looks at you the way this guy looks at a tray of Big Macs pic.twitter.com/nxxZu5LNHk
— Dan H (@Hus1986) January 15, 2019
President Trump told reporters he paid for "great American food" -- McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King and pizza -- for the team in honor of their national championship. Much of the residence staff at the White House who might have handled the catering is furloughed due to the government shutdown.
In response to another tweet, the 6'4", 310-pound offensive guard tweeted the only logical response: “I mean you’re not just gonna NOT eat the Big Macs stacked in a pile right?”
Touche, Bockhorst. Touche.
Bockhorst even admitted he took some food to go.
Pocketed two chicken wraps and a quarter pounder 😉
— Matt Bockhorst (@MattBockhorst) January 15, 2019