Donald Trump won't let National Basketball Association superstar come to the White House

Donald Trump won't let National Basketball Association superstar come to the White House

Donald Trump won't let National Basketball Association superstar come to the White House

James called Donald Trump a "bum" after the United States president criticised rival basketball player Stephen Curry - after Curry's comments made it clear that he is not interested in a traditional White House trip for the NBA champions.

When Trump insinuates that athletes not wanting to stand for the anthem should be fired, or that Curry and his teammates shouldn't be welcome at the White House because he disagrees with Trump's beliefs, he is attacking freedom of speech and freedom to demonstrate one's beliefs, a core tenet of the American values he claims to be respecting.

"While we meant to meet as a team at the first opportunity we had this morning to collaboratively discuss a potential visit to the White House, we accept that President Trump has made it clear that we are not invited", the team said. Curry's remarks followed similar comments by teammate Kevin Durant last month.

Once again the human comment section living in the White House is proving not just that his mental train is fully off the rails, but that he doesn't really care about governing the country or solving problems - he just wants to spew nonsense behind a podium to people who will clap for it. Trump tweeted. The team had planned to privately discuss the potential White House visit before President Trump's tweet. The pro-Trump political non-profit America First Policies released a Facebook ad with the tagline "Turn off the National Football League".

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Goodell strongly backed the players and criticized Trump for "an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL" while several team owners issued similar statements. "Find something else to do!" "Tell them to stand!"

On Saturday, Bruce Maxwell of the Oakland Athletics became the first major league baseball player to take a knee during the national anthem.

"With everything that's going on in our country, why are YOU focused on who's kneeling and visiting the White House???"

Richard Sherman, the outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback, said: "The behavior of the President is unacceptable and needs to be addressed".

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If he put as much energy into ranting about solving climate change, improving health care or investing in American infrastructure, perhaps his presidency wouldn't be such a failure to this point.

Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, said Trump has "taken indecency to a new low". "Little boys and little girls want to be like the president".

Professional athletes are continuing to go after President Donald Trump for his comments on both the National Football League and NBA. "I think it's the president's way of continuing his reality TV presidency".

"Michelle Obama said it best", Green said. He beat us to the punch.

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