Published: Tue, August 07, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Don Lemon fires back against 'nasty, hateful' Trump attack

Don Lemon fires back against 'nasty, hateful' Trump attack

Now, James is turning the insult into a sharp retort.

Back in February, LeBron agreed with the Golden State Warriors refusing to visit Donald Trump at the White House.

James has made no secret of his political opinions, calling Trump "a bum" previous year and telling CNN's Don Lemon last week that he would "would never sit across" from the president, prompting Trump to insult James' intelligence. Gotham Chopra will serve as a producer as well as the director of the series.

While Mr. James has not yet responded to Mr. Trump's insult, other National Basketball Association players came out in support of him, including Stephen Curry, Bradley Beal and Donovan Mitchell, CBS News reported. "So keep the political commentary to yourself, or as someone once said, shut up and dribble". The league soon became an incubator for many of its top athletes to grow their brands beyond the court, becoming powerful players in commerce and fashion, and transcending the game to become cultural icons.

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Across those decades, the fallen were "entitled to one certainty - that they will never be forgotten", Davidson said. The laboratory uses forensic anthropology, odontology, DNA and other scientific methods to identify remains.

James found himself drawn into politics last week when President Donald Trump unleashed an attack on him via Twitter after an interview aired with CNN anchor Don Lemon in which James deemed Trump divisive.

The tweet was quickly condemned, or at least heavily shaded, in most corners of the internet.

Menendez wrote in a tweet Monday that Trump wouldn't have questioned James' intelligence or charity work if he were white. March also saw a pointed reference to Ingraham at the Academy Awards, when Bryant won a best animated short film Oscar for "Dear Basketball" and sarcastically told the audience, "As basketball players, we're really supposed to just shut up and dribble".

A spokeswoman for the first lady said in a statement that James is "working to do good things" with his new school for at-risk children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, adding that the first lady is "open to visiting" the school.

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