Steve Kerr has never been a fan of Donald trump and proved that once again with his latest comment about the President.
The Golden State Warriors coach, replying to a tweet from “The Daily Show,” ripped into Jared Kushner’s criticism of the NBA. Kushner, a senior advisor to his father-in-law, President Donald Trump, argued NBA players are in a unique position to take a night off work due to their large salaries after they refused to play any games this past Wednesday.
Host Trevor Noah went in on him:
“I like how Jared just tried to insinuate that NBA players shouldn’t complain because they’re well-paid,” said Noah. “First of all, Jared, they’re rich because they’re the best at what they do, okay? Why are you rich? What are you the best at? Other than looking like a Victorian ghost.
“And also, rich people shouldn’t complain? Your boss-father is someone that does nothing but complain. Get the f*** outta here, man.”
Steve Kerr followed that criticism with some words of his own that have since went viral:
“NBA players, coaches, executives, and owners are working so hard to meet racism head on and find ways to improve our country,” Kerr tweeted. “Jared, your father in law spreads hatred and division daily. Spare us your confused lecture and try to teach the president not to be racist.”
Twitter had a lot to say about this: