“Nah, probably not,” Noah said, when asked if he’ll stay at hotels with the President-elect’s name on them, according to the New York Daily News.
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“I think it’s just a comfort level, you know. Stick to your principles. Whoever you are,” he continued. “Trump is our president. But that doesn’t mean we have to stay at his hotel.”
The veteran bigman has spoken out on several occasions regarding violence, and chose not to attend a team dinner with Army cadets before the season over an anti-war stance. On election night, he tweeted out, “How!!!!!”