Pathetic hack journalist Don Lemon of CNN conducted an interview with National Basketball Association superstar LeBron James over the weekend in which both men engaged in direct and indirect attacks on President Donald Trump. Trump also attempted to needle James by appearing to claim a preference for Michael Jordan, to whom the former Cavaliers star is often compared in greatest-ever debates. "He's doing an awesome job for his community".
CNN's Don Lemon spoke to James at the school and the interview included a negative assessment of the president, whom James said has "kind of used sports to kind of divide us". He added the hashtag #BeBest, a reference to Melania Trump's anti-bullying initiative.
Trump himself has not publicly acknowledged her comments, although he avoided mentioning James during a stump speech delivered in the National Basketball Association star's home state of Ohio.
Maybe watching him engage in a Twitter feud with Trump isn't the battle we envisioned, but it would certainly entertain the sports world.
United States president takes personal jab at basketball star LeBron James, drawing criticism online. Jordan issued a statement through his spokesperson to The Associated Press on Saturday that said: "I support LeBron James". Troy Balderson, the Republican in a special U.S. House election on Tuesday. He shared his thoughts recently after the opening of his new I Promise School in Akron, which will be the new learning destination for 240 at-risk public school students. "Much in the way that he thought that I can't be unbiased about an issue concerning race, like Judge Curiel, because I'm African-American".
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Days after her sister said Princess Diana would be ashamed of her, Meghan Markle's dad has made similar claims. Any thanks? She doesn't even speak to me now", he said.
"Millions elected Trump to be their coach", Ingraham said after insulting James' intelligence.
"I don't know how many times we can say, as a player and as a group, how much we love and support and appreciate the troops, and the opportunities this country allows us".
Aaron Rodgers believes professional athletes shouldn't pay any mind to President Trump.
"So once again, President Trump is feuding with a famous black person who dared to criticize him", Noah said. "We got your back @KingJames Someone sure sound like they wish they was you", tweeted linebacker Bobby Wagner of the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. "I would never sit across from him", James said. "The people of color who are attacked by their fellow citizens, who feel emboldened to be publicly racist, because the president is". "Let me not mince words here". "When I first got into the league Oracle would be buzzing any time the Lakers came in".