Baylor coach Kim Mulkey did not seem impressed by White House fast food spread
Champion athletes being served cuisine from the finest fast food establishments in the world has apparently become a tradition at the White House, and Baylor women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey may not have been the biggest fan of a spread consisting of Whoppers and Big Macs.
Let’s just say the look on Mulkey’s face as she made her way through the buffet line was not one of a person who was overly excited:
Kim Mulkey's grimace at the sight of a fast food spread for the Baylor Women's Basketball team's visit to the White House is worth a thousand words. pic.twitter.com/rXZ78UJ7ft
— Jay Sarkar (@ByJaySarkar) April 29, 2019
President Donald Trump first served fast food to the Clemson football team following their national title because of the government shutdown, and he apparently was proud of the idea. Some Tigers players may have been less than thrilled about the menu as well, which we saw a glimpse of with the way one player reacted as he was getting himself a plate.
While the idea was unique to begin with, coaches and athletes probably expect something more along the lines of lobster and prime rib when they’re invited to the White House.