Donald Trump hits back at NBA team members for supporting the ongoing pin wake of Jacob’s Blake shooting.
Steve Kerr, the Golden State Warriors coach, is the recent eminent figure of NBA to bounce back at the message from Donald Trump and his son-in-law. The President passed on some mean comments at the NBA as they protested against Jacob’s shooting by the police. The incident has triggered a worldwide protest against racism.
“I don’t know much about the NBA protest,” Trump said this week. “I know their ratings have been very bad because I think people are a little tired of the NBA frankly, and that’s unfortunate. They’ve become like a political organization, and that’s not a good thing. I don’t think that’s a good thing for sports or the country. Trump’s son in law, Jared Kushner, too had a message for the NBA. He tweeted, “What I’d love to see from the players in the NBA – again, they have the luxury of taking a night off from work, most Americans don’t,” he said. “I’d like to see them start moving into concrete solutions that are productive.”
Steve Kerr replies coldly to Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
To which Warriors head court coldly replied, “Jared, your father in law spreads hatred and division daily. Spare us your confusing lecture and try to teach the President to not be racist.” Kerr has never been frightened to speak against Trump or his close relations. He always takes stand for what he cares and believes. This is not the first time Kerr has spoken out against Trump. For instance, he opposed Trump’s Immigration Ban order. The Golden Warriors even rejected going to the White House after their victory. Have a look at his recent tweet.