Responding to remarks by Cavs star LeBron James and Warriors’s two-time MVP Stephen Curry — who both pronounced they would not attend a White House accepting — Trump pronounced conjunction group would be invited.
“I didn’t entice LeBron James, and we didn’t entice Steph Curry,” Trump told reporters. “We’re not going to entice possibly team.”
Trump’s comments will not come as a surprise.
Last year, he withdrew an invitation to a NBA champion Warriors after Curry and several teammates indicated misgivings about attending a White House event.
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James, who described Trump as a “bum” following a furore, pronounced this week conjunction a Warriors nor a Cavs would be expected to accept an invitation after this year’s NBA Finals.
“I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants a entice anyway. It won’t be Cleveland or Golden State going,” James pronounced on Tuesday.
The NBA luminary was responding to Trump’s termination of a White House revisit by a Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Monday. The Eagles revisit was scrapped after it emerged that usually around 10-12 players were expected to attend.
Trump duration pronounced he was unfazed by snubs from a champion teams of a dual many renouned sports in a United States, citing other teams who had attended.
“We have other teams that are coming,” Trump said, observant that a newly minted Stanley Cup champions, a Washington Capitals, would be invited.
“I consider we’ll have a Caps,” Trump said. “I mean, we’ll see. “You know my attitude: If they wish to be here — it’s a biggest place on Earth — I’m here. If they don’t wish to be here, we don’t wish them.”