Published: Wed, August 08, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Don Lemon Takes Jabs At Donald Trump After LeBron James Interview

Don Lemon Takes Jabs At Donald Trump After LeBron James Interview

Trump traveled to a high school north of Columbus for a political rally Saturday night.

"A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?" tweeted Lemon, who also added a sarcastic #BeBest, which was a nod to Melania Trump's initiative to encourage children to be their best selves.

The LeBron James Family Foundation partnered with Akron Public Schools to design the school for students in the area who come from hard circumstances.

The CNN interview aired on Monday, after James opened his school for disadvantaged children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

"I remember sound bites from her when her husband was a then candidate saying racist things, bigoted things, saying misogynistic things, and she stood by him then", Cross said.

The last three words were an obvious innuendo for the constant debate about LeBron James catching up or not with Michael Jordan's legacy.

After James was interviewed on CNN about the school he recently opened on Friday, Trump took to Twitter to insult both James and CNN's Don Lemon, asserting that it is very hard to make "Lebron look smart", going on to then refer to Lemon as "the dumbest man on television".

The president's "I like Mike!" comment apparently was Trump stating his opinion on the debate of whether six-time National Basketball Association champion Jordan or James, the four-time league most valuable player and three times champion, is the NBA's best all-time player.

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Following the tweet, Jordan released a statement to The Associated Press on Saturday via his spokesperson.

"I don't think we should make much of it at all", Cross said of the statement.

President Donald Trump made no mention of LeBron during a rally in OH over the weekend, but it's safe to say that he's big mad.

Jordan responded to that, praising James for helping his community. I got an opportunity to see them and learn about them, and they got an opportunity to learn about me and we became very good friends.

He has also consistently come for former President Barack Obama for nearly everything and Congresswoman Maxine Waters, whom he called low IQ person.

The interview caught Trump's attention, who was apparently watching CNN at 11 p.m. on a Friday night, and launched this missive at the star athlete - which is earning the president harsh rebukes.

James has always been critical of Trump.

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