President Trump insults LeBron James’ intelligence


James has said that Trump "doesn't understand the power that he has for being the leader of this handsome country".

Donald Trump picked an odd time to weigh in on the Michael Jordan vs. LeBron James debate.

"I would never sit across from him", James said. "No". This recent feud with the most powerful man in the world started when James accused Trump of dividing the nation through sports. Or we could go over how James has been one of the savviest businessmen in the National Basketball Association, but the real story here is that Trump occasionally watches CNN.

The Cleveland Cavaliers star, soon headed to California to play for the Los Angeles Lakers, was applauded this week for opening a public school in OH for at-risk kids.

As of late Friday night, James had not responded to the president's tweet.

On a separate airing of "CNN Tonight", Lemon said that Trump's presidency "can be defined by lies". NBC News outlines some of the LeBron-Lemon discussion that may have ticked the president off, including James asserting that he thinks Trump uses sports to create divisive rifts. In the full interview, James says, "I believe out President is trying to divide us".

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Trump is traveling to OH on Saturday for a rally where he will campaign for state Sen. Not one word or follow-up that takes issue with anything either man has actually said.

He also, after former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson reportedly called him a "moron", challenged his own Cabinet member to an IQ test.

Trump, who bumbles through speeches and brags how he is unprepared, is clearly continuing his campaign of hatred and prejudice.

James played for over a decade - and in two stints - with the Cleveland Cavaliers and delivered a title to the championship-starved region in 2016.

Other players from around the league, including Minnesota's Karl-Anthony Towns and Utah's Donovan Mitchell, came to James' defense on social media.