NBA Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry told America after he won the 2017 NBA Championship that he wasn’t going to the White House because of President Trump.
The team then gathered today last week to decide as a team and Curry once again said he didn’t want to attend. That prompted President Trump to disinvite him to clear up that subject.
Curry is now playing the victim, feeding the press that Trump is targeting him and that it’s beneath the office of the President to even respond to him. Can you believe this? Curry probably had a solid following because he seemed as if he had a good head on his shoulders but this game he’s playing is not one he can win.
Source: The Hill
Steph Curry fired back at President Trump for disinviting him from the White House earlier Saturday, saying it was “beneath” his position to publicly attack him.
The Golden State Warriors star said it was “surreal” for him to wake up and see that Trump had revoked his invitation to the White House on Twitter.
“I don’t know why he feels the need to target certain individuals rather than others,” Curry said.
“I have an idea of why, but, it’s just kind of beneath, I think, a leader of a country to go that route. It’s not what leaders do.”
Trump is facing backlash for uninviting Curry from the White House in a tweet early Saturday. Several star athletes like LeBron James have criticized Trump for the move, with James saying that Trump was using sports to divide the nation.
LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers also weighed in like he was being attacked also and dropped a video late yesterday to explain why he got into Curry’s dismissal of Trump but his rambling showed
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