President Trump takes shot at LeBron in tweet

LeBron James opens school for underprivileged children

LeBron James opens school for underprivileged children

It was a great moment that the Los Angeles Lakers superstar wanted to share with the world, so he granted an interview with Don Lemon on CNN.

During their interview, James and Lemon toured "I Promise", a school for at-risk children that James has established in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

James first said Mr. Trump is using sports to divide Americans at a press conference in September 2017, when Mr. Trump claimed he had disinvited Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors, although the team had decided not to visit.

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Some pointed out how great and smart of a citizen James is as opposed to the image Trump is trying to paint about the three-time National Basketball Association champion. Michael Jordan debate, saying, "I like Mike!"

Trump's tweet came four days after the CNN interview originally aired.

Trump hadn't tweeted at James since he took office, so Friday's tweet was a predictable sea change on social media. The school opened with a group of third- and fourth-graders, but will expand to serve first through eighth grades by 2022. These players could also help bring up the level of intensity and competition in practice and during games that are needed in order to help push them to the next level. "The president in charge now has given people, they don't care now ― they throw it in your face now", he said. We are in a position right now, in America more importantly, where this whole race thing has taken over, ' he said. "They have the dreams, they have the aspirations".

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