Don’t expect the Warriors to visit the White House with Trump in office
The Golden State Warriors are World Champs for the second time in three years. With that honor they are invited to visit the White House and rub elbows with the POTUS, but don’t expect to see that happen with that guy named Trump in office.
Golden State coach Steve Kerr has called Donald Trump’s policies un-American. Stephen Curry essentially called the American president an ass. David West said Trump’s approach is the opposite of what the forward teaches youth.
But this level of unified decision-making is still somewhat surprising to see after the Warriors clinched the 2017 NBA title last night.
Shaun King of the New York Daily News:
The Golden State Warriors voted unanimously to skip their entire visit to Donald Trump’s White House.
As woke as any team in sports.
— Shaun King (@ShaunKing) June 13, 2017
Good for the Warriors for sticking with their convictions, though I wouldn’t have minded if they visited the White House. There’s a case either way.
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