James said Trump uses sports "to divide us."Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon". Sports stars rally Elsewhere, Trump's former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton backed James as a "great family man" and "incredible ballplayer" who "gives back to his community, and isn't afraid to speak his mind". "I'd sit across from Barack though", referring to Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama. "He's doing an fantastic job for his community".
During the interview, James also discussed a new school he has opened for underprivileged children in his home town of Akron, Ohio, which offers free meals and bikes to students, as well as job placement assistance for parents and an on-site food bank. "And just as she always has, the first lady encourages everyone to have an open dialogue about issues facing children today".
In addition to his comments on James, Rodgers also voiced support for NFL players who have elected to kneel during the national anthem, saying that much of the anger over the protests misses "the point of what this was all about".
American football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe tweeted: "It should be beneath the dignity of a sitting United States president to take racist shots at Don Lemon and LeBron James".
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House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee said on CNN's "State of the Union" show. He said he was not aware of Trump Jr. facing any legal exposure.
"Millions elected Trump to be their coach", Ingraham said after insulting James' intelligence.
Defaulting to his favourite tool of response, Trump tweeted his frustration, but unintentionally proved James' original claim right.
Lebron puts kids in school. "Let me not mince words here". "I support you but this is unacceptable, you need to apologize immediately, ' wrote Wesley Cantrell". People need to spend more time listening - really listening - to each other.
The show of force of top national security officials at the White House last week makes it possible for the White House to argue that it does take election meddling seriously, even though it has no control over Trump's riffs on how it is all a Democratic "hoax".