Tweet Share Share Email WhatsAppShares 0Trump’s vulgar words in a speech he delivered in Huntsville, AL Friday suggests that North Korea’s President Kim Jong Un, wasn’t the only one on the president’s bad side. While Trump addressed his disapproval of “certain” players protesting the National Anthem, Steph Curry’s rejection of the White House Invitation for the NBA champions triggered even more emotion from the president. “Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, get that son of a b—h off the field right now. He is fired,” said Trump. “Total disrespect of our heritage, a total disrespect of everything that we stand for.” Kaepernick’s decision to kneel during the National Anthem appears to have cost him his NFL career. Although the topic is still interesting, the country could be in the middle of a nuclear war if North Korea’s president decides to follow through on the threats he’s issued. Yet, he’s concerned with Kaepernick decision to exercise his right to the freedom of speech. Steph Curry’s reponse to the White House visit during the Warrior’s media day on Friday created even more tension. “I don’t want to go. That’s really it. That’s the nucleus of my belief.” The president fired back at Curry on Twitter that caused a series of backlash for the Commander in Chief. As a repsonse, several atheletes took to Twitter and weighed in on the topic; Lebron James, Draymond Green, Chris Paul, and Kobe Bryant. Several of the NFL players also addressed the president’s remarks. Seattle Seahawks’ cornerback, Richard Sherman, stated that the president’s behavior and comments were unacceptable. “The behavior of the President is unacceptable and needs to be addressed. If you do not Condemn this divisive Rhetoric you are Condoning it!!