Another legendary basketball coach has weighed in on Donald Trump being elected president.
Louisville’s Rick Pitino provided his thoughts on the new president-elect – while not as fiery as Gregg Popvich’s five-minute rant, it’s still a noteworthy speech:
— Lyndsey Gough (@lgough_cn2) November 12, 2016
Here’s the full soundbite:
“He’s our elected president, and you can protest all you want, he’s not resigning. Look, I’ve got problems with him like everybody does. Everybody in this room has problems with him, and I think the only way to remedy a problem is to find a solution.
The first thing I said in the show is, look, I’m going to support the president. Call up John McCain, apologize and then publicly apologize, because that’s upset me from day one. That man [spent] five years in solitary confinement, was beaten, he’s a hero to all of us, and he needs to be apologized to first. Then the [Kahn] family, the young man who died, need to be apologized to. And everybody insulted needs an apology. Then you start fresh and get support.
Source: USA Today | Charles Curtis