Fox & Friends host: Stephen Curry “dribbles a ball for a living, and somehow now he’s preaching to this president about what leadership really looks like?”

Fox & Friends host: Stephen Curry “dribbles a ball for a living, and somehow now he’s preaching to this president about what leadership really looks like?”

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From the September 24 edition of Fox News’ Fox & Friends Sunday:

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PETE HEGSETH (CO-HOST): So Steph Curry is the son of an NBA player, Dell Curry, a great NBA player. Steph Curry himself, one of the best -- probably the best shooter of all time. My kids – two of my kids have his jersey. We love Steph Curry. Yet, he is a millionaire millennial. He is a coddled -- he’s lived a coddled life where he shoots a ball and dribbles a ball for a living, and somehow now he’s preaching to this president about what leadership really looks like? When it’s a -- and even Steve Kerr, the coach of the team, said it’s a privilege to go to the White House. Instead the Warriors are saying that they’re going to go to D.C. anyway and celebrate equality, diversity, and inclusion.

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