Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
Culture | By Wayne Carr

Trump taunts LeBron James on Twitter: 'I Like Mike'

Trump taunts LeBron James on Twitter: 'I Like Mike'

When Lemon asked James what he would say to Trump if he ever had the chance to sit across from him, James replied, "I would never sit across from him".

James's last message was about his newly completed I Promise School in Akron, a public and nonprofit partnership created to help underserved kids in his OH hometown.

Throughout the new interview, King James doesn't hold back on discussing his personal issues with Trump.

Donald Trump, the man who callously separated children from their parents and forever traumatized them in the process, has viciously attacked LeBron James, the man who just opened a school for hundreds of poor children, probably saving them in the process. He made Lebron look smart, which isn't to do. James has been the school's largest donor and active in its development.

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In an interview with CNN's Don Lemon aired earlier in the week, the LA Lakers star said Trump had stirred racial tensions in U.S. sports in an attempt to "divide" the nation.

The president implied that he preferred basketball star Michael Jordan, perhaps a reference to the debate over whether Jordan or James were the better player.

James, who signed with the Los Angeles Lakers in July, also accused Trump of enabling racists. "And that's something that I can't relate to because I know that sport was the first time I was around someone white".

Prior to that, Donald Trump referred to LeBron as both a "great player and a great guy", as record states.

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Attacking Mr Trump, James later tweeted: "U bum @StephenCurry30 already said he ain't going!" Yahoo News White House correspondent Hunter Walker points out that before James started criticizing Trump, Trump used to be a fan.

While James has not commented on Trump's tweet, Lemon defended the former Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavalier star on Saturday, while taking a jab at the president.

James has been a vocal critic of Trump in the past, and though Trump has sung James' praises many times, he took a completely different tone Friday.

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