Donald Trump tweeted about Stephen Curry on Saturday morning to withdraw an invite to the White House that the Warriors point guard wouldn’t have accepted anyway.

It was the President’s latest foray into the sports world after calling out NFL players for their national anthem protests at a rally Friday night. The NFL and NFLPA responded to those comments, which included Trump saying anyone who kneels for the anthem should be fired, with a pair of statements on Saturday.

Less than 24 hours prior to the tweet, Curry had stated he wouldn’t go to the White House, in hopes of inspiring change.

Trump’s response sparked players around the NBA to voice their thoughts on Twitter, most notably LeBron James, who called the President a “bum.” He also said that “Going to the White House was a great honor until you [Trump] showed up.”

That sparked the rest of the league, including both active and former players.

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