Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was not fazed by President Donald Trump's accusations that he acted like a scared "little boy" when asked about the NBA's developing situation with China. Monday.
Kerr, who often speaks his Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey's tweet supporting Hong Kong protesters in their conflict with China's government and the ensuing fallout.
"Actually I do not," Kerr said when asked if he has thoughts on the controversy. "It's a really bizarre international story. A lot of us do not know what to make of it.
" I watch this guy Steve Kerr, and he was like a little boy, "Trump said. "Hey what's so scared to be answering the question. He could not answer the question, he was shaking. He did not know how to answer the question. He'll talk about the United States very badly. "
Kerr was asked about the response during media availability Thursday. Trump Wednesday.
He went on to ruminate on his meetings with five previous Presidents, one of which happened shortly after his father was shot and killed in Beirut when he was president of the American University of Beirut. Kerr continued on to say he does not stop commenting on issues "near to his heart," like gun safety.
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