President Trump bashes LeBron James, CNN host Don Lemon after watching interview


US President Donald Trump sniped back at NBA great LeBron James late Friday, days after the basketball player and philanthropist accused him of fueling racial divides in the United States.

Prior to Buss, Jordan also voiced his support of James.

Melania Trump's spokeswoman said the first lady is "open to visiting" basketball star LeBron James's new $8 million school in OH for low-income and at-risk students, after the president derided James's intelligence on Twitter.

During the interview with Lemon, James talked about how sports can bring people together and mentioned he felt that Trump was using sports "to kinda divide us".

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CNN anchor Don Lemon replied to Mr Trump's tweet, asking: "Who's the real dummy?"

In the tweet that started it all, Trump also said that Lemon made "Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do".

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, defended James in a tweet, praising the star's philanthropy and his I Promise school, and wading into a long-running debate as to who's better: LeBron or MJ.

"I would never sit across from him", he said. Last year, he called Trump a "bum" on Twitter after he disinvited the Golden State Warriors to the White House to celebrate their championship win.

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While James has not yet commented on Mr. Trump's insult, other National Basketball Association players came out in support of him. I hope he saw Trump's tweet, shook his head, laughed a little, and kept doing the good things he's doing. Earlier this year, she said that she "hates to see" immigrant children separated from their parents at the US border, a policy decision made by Donald Trump earlier this year.

"I support LeBron James", he said. The interview took place at James' "I Promise" school in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

Trump is traveling to OH on Saturday for a rally where he will campaign for state Sen. A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages? In the interview, James reiterated his criticism of the president as racially insensitive. Trump's remarks included his belief that Michael Jordan was the superior player.

Her preferred network then caused a "bit of a stir", with Donald Trump "raging at his staff" for "violating a rule that the White House Entourage should begin each trip tuned into Fox".

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Grisham added the first lady "would be open to visiting" James' new school.