Steve Kerr Claps Back to Donald Trump's Absurd Claim About Twitter With Simple Response

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr took yet another swipe at the President.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr took yet another swipe at the President.

Steve Kerr has long been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, and his latest Twitter response to another of the President's comments proves he's not stopping.

Responding to Trumps's quote, "There's nothing I'd rather do than get rid of my whole Twitter account," Kerr fired back with an emphatically simple response.

President Trump, of course, is an active user of Twitter, so the claim that he would voluntary destroy his account is a questionable one. Steve Kerr clearly finds Trump's comments a bit (or quite a bit) humorous, and his comedic response gets his perspective across in a clear way.

This is not the first time Kerr has taken to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the President. The Warriors head coach is politically active on social media, with many of his tweets targeted directly at Trump's decisions, particularly now amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite winning multiple championships during the Trump presidency, Kerr and the Warriors have not visited the White House, as winning teams typically do. Kerr has met multiple presidents before, setting aside political differences, but has not done the same for Trump.

As the Warriors sit at the bottom of the NBA standings and look to next season, Kerr will have plenty of time on his hands to keep commenting on the President this summer.