Photo: Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr speaks during a post-game conference after playing against the Los Angeles Lakers at Chase Center on October 5, 2019 in San Francisco, California. (Chris Victorio | Special to S.F. Examiner).

The Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is regularly voicing his discontent against the current president of the United States Donald Trump.

After the players’ historic strike, the President’s son-in-law and Senior Advisor Jared Kushner was critical of LeBron James and the NBA athletes claiming players shouldn’t complain about racism because they’re wealthy.

Kushner suggested that he will contact LeBron James challenging players to fix the problem they are complaining about.

After the comments from the Senior Advisor, Steve Kerr took to Twitter to call him out for his comments challenging Kushner to tell president Trump “to stop be racist”.

“NBA players, coaches, executives and owners are working so hard to try to meet racism head-on and find ways to improve our country. Jared, your father in law spreads hatred and division daily. Spare us your confused lecture and try to teach the president to not be racist.”