LeBron James Trolls Fox News' Laura Ingraham With New Docu-Series Title

LeBron James Trolls Fox News' Laura Ingraham With New Docu-Series Title

LeBron James Trolls Fox News' Laura Ingraham With New Docu-Series Title

Back in February, LeBron James gave an interview to ESPN's Cari Champion in which he discussed race, politics, being a public figure and his personal criticisms of President Trump.

During James' CNN interview, James expressed disappointment with how Trump has used sports to divide Americans.

James spoke to Lemon from his new "I Promise school", which will support at-risk students in his native Akron, Ohio. "He made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do", Trump said.

Surprisingly, First Lady Melania Trump issued a statement praising James.

Grisham added in her statement that the first lady would be open to visiting the new school. He called Lemon "the dumbest man on television", and James a close runner up.

CNN anchor Lemon also chimed into the Twitter debate, saying: "Who's the real dummy?"

To his list of evidence, Lemon added Trump's past embrace of a conspiracy theory that Barack Obama, "America's first black president", was born in Kenya and faked his US citizenship. "#BeBest", Lemon tweeted, using the hashtag of her youth wellbeing awareness campaign, which advocates against cyberbullying. "He's a world class athlete and a class act".

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"I think that the more that we give credence to stuff like that, the more it's gonna live on", Rodgers told NFL.com on Tuesday.

However, Mrs Trump's spokeswoman said James was "working to do good things" with a school in his OH hometown.

So let me get this straight: Flint, MI has dirty water still, but you anxious about an interview about a man doing good for education and generations of kids in his hometown? Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry tweeted in a succinct message of support.

Jordan told The Associated Press through his spokesperson.

And by saying he preferred Michael Jordan to James, he was endorsing another star National Basketball Association athlete who has sometimes been criticized for not doing more in his career to highlight political, racial and social issues important to the black community. "Love you guys." This weekend's controversy was just the latest in a long-running feud between James and the president.

James, who recently signed with the Lakers, has repeatedly clashed with the President, and on Monday said he would refuse to ever sit face to face with him.

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