Steve Kerr tried to take the high road Thursday, but it didn't defuse the situation with President Donald Trump.

At 11:25 p.m. ET on Friday, President Trump fired up Twitter and took another shot at the Warriors coach.

The latest tweet from President Trump continues the war of words between him and Kerr.

During a press conference Wednesday, President Trump called out Kerr and Spurs coach Gregg Popovich for what he believed were weak answers on the NBA-China controversy.

A day later, Kerr spoke to reporters in San Francisco and offered a thoughtful response. He shared stories of his experiences with previous presidents and how different things are now.

“I realize the horse was out of the barn a long time ago,” Kerr said Thursday. “But for me personally, this was my experience with, wow, has the office sunken low. My hope is that we can find a mature unifier, from either party, to sit in that chair and try to restore some dignity to the Oval Office again. And I think it will happen.”

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The Warriors practice on Saturday, and Kerr likely will get his chance to respond to President Trump's latest tweet.