VIDEO: Steph on possible White House trip: ‘My views haven’t changed at all’

OAKLAND — Stephen Curry has long stated that he wants no part of a visit to the White House. 

OAKLAND — Stephen Curry has long stated that he wants no part of a visit to the White House. 

OAKLAND — Stephen Curry has long stated that he wants no part of a visit to the White House. 

While holding court during Friday’s media day at the Warriors downtown Oakland practice facility, the two-time MVP made it clear he’s entrenched in that stance:

“My views haven’t changed at all,” Curry said. “I don’t know if can be changed, but yeah, that’s kind of where I stand right now.”

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