Ever since Donald Trump served the Clemson Tigers some fast food when they visited the White House after their National Championship win, the President has been subject to some pretty hilarious clowning. One of the people who has been making jokes at the commander in chief's expense is former NFL player and expert pass rusher James Harrison. Harrison won two Super Bowls with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2006 and 2009 respectively. Both times he passed up on going to the White House. Last year, Harrison played with the Patriots and after the team's Super Bowl win this season, Harrison joked with TMZ Sports about the thought of the Patriots getting Burger King during their ceremonial visit with the President.

"They got some Carl's Jr. waiting on them I think," Harrison joked. "I don't know what [Trump's] gonna do for them. He did McDonald's for them other boys or something right? Or Burger King?! They might get some Burger King, they can have it their way then!" 

Harrison really brought all the jokes in the world to this interview and honestly, we're here for it. Regardless, it will be interesting to see which Patriots players decide to make the trip. Owner Robert Kraft has a pretty decent relationship with Trump but quarterback Tom Brady had a falling out with the President after sporting a MAGA hat in his locker.