President Donald Trump pounded Stephen Curry and a Golden
State Warriors on Twitter Saturday morning over reports that they
were deliberation skipping their White House visit.
The NBA champion Warriors were
reportedly formulation to accommodate as a team and confirm either to
go to a White House, per tradition, due to their dislike of
“Going to a White House is deliberate a good respect for a
championship team,” Trump tweeted. “Stephen Curry is
hesitating,therefore invitation is withdrawn!”
Several Warriors players including Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry
formerly voiced misgivings about a visit.
Curry told reporters Friday that he does not wish to go to the
White House as a summary to Trump.
“That we don’t mount for fundamentally what a President has –
a things that he’s pronounced and a things that he hasn’t pronounced in
a right times, that we won’t mount for it,”
Curry said. “And by behaving and not going, hopefully that will
enthuse some change when it comes to what we endure in this
nation and what is supposed and what we spin a blind eye to.
It’s not only a act of not going there.”
White House visits are customarily instituted by a president
in a call to a manager or owner. The Trump administration
had not contacted the Warriors about a outing
according to ESPN.
Both a Chicago Cubs and New England Patriots visited the
White House given Trump took office. Both teams owners have close
ties to Trump.