President Trump congratulates Clemson with short video


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The Clemson Football team arrived at the White House on Monday afternoon to celebrate last season's National Championship with current President Donald Trump.

During the ceremony, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney presented two Clemson jerseys to President Trump.

Trump appeared to have a great time with the Clemson Football team and then posted a short celebratory video of the event and tweeted it out on Monday night.

"Congratulations to the 2016 @ClemsonFB Tigers!" Trump posted.


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