Gregg Popovich's bashing of president Donald Trump continues.
The San Antonio Spurs coach has been extremely critical of the 45th United States president since his inauguration, and with the controversies surrounding Trump only growing, Popovich has only grown more outspoken.
"Some days, I feel like we've been invaded by another power and taken over [by people] who don't feel the same. It's a strange land," Popovich said via WTHR.
Popovich said Trump's "willingness to do whatever's necessary to get elected" should be classified "unacceptable and really disgusting."
Even though Popovich said he wants Trump to do well, his ego and disregard for minorities scares him.
"We all hope President Trump is successful. We hope he does some good things for everyone, but he didn't start the presidency by mollifying any groups he disparaged during the campaign. He didn't say anything about women, or black people, or Mexican people, Hispanic people, LGBT people, handicapped people. [He] acted like it never happened," Popovich said.
"So that willingness to do whatever it took to get elected, to say and act the way he did, I thought was unacceptable and really disgusting, so I said it. Even people who voted for him can see that, but for some reason, they feel they can ignore that or forget about it. His personality, [his] inability to get over himself, informs his words and his decisions, and that's what's scary."