Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr has in the past made it clear he’s no fan of President Trump, and Kerr made this point at a press conference after game two of the NBA Finals:
Steve Kerr on Trump: "It's not surprising. The President has made it pretty clear he's gonna try to divide all of us in this country for political gain." pic.twitter.com/WFCM9lpFiH
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 5, 2018
Many tweeters made it clear that they think people like Kerr have very short memories:
Dear Steve Kerr:
Obama was the one who did that, and he did it intentionally. Your attitude and your team’s attitude toward everyone who doesn’t vote like you do is proof of that.
Nick Searcy https://t.co/2uo8jMdcis
— Nick Searcy, INTERNATIONAL FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) June 6, 2018
You guys misspelled Obama.
— Wendy ? Bear (@wendyscott73) June 6, 2018
And Obama brought us together? Dont think so Stevie
— God Bless America 2A ?? ? (@DontDreadonMe) June 6, 2018
FU Steve, never once did you talk about the division Obama caused. You only mention it now for Democratic political gain. And FU SI for giving him a platform!
— Ex-Dem Jerry (@exdemjerry13) June 6, 2018
I think Steve Kerr has his presidents backwards. Obama isn’t in office anymore Steve.
— kobeski (@nkobeski) June 6, 2018
Just like your guy Obama!!!!
— Mark h. dickie (@mark_mhdickie) June 6, 2018
Uh, @SteveKerr Obama did it too, Chief.
— Chris Tsotsoros (@ctsotsoros) June 6, 2018
Too late. Obama already did that. The Eagles were playing a game and lost.
— RocknRollMom6 (@RockNRollMom6) June 6, 2018
Remember when SI was criticizing Tim Thomas for not going to see Obama?
— Ryan (@r_p_w81) June 6, 2018
No bias here.. here is how your wretched mag & others reacted toTim Thomas when he didn't go to Obama WH. pic.twitter.com/gHwH7lZxrR
— Murphy (@murphycharlie78) June 6, 2018
Kerr should ask the “bitter clingers” if they think Obama, the president who urged his supporters to argue with neighbors and “get in their face,” was divisive.