Lemon nor James has responded to Trump's tweet. It's unclear what Mike he was referring to. 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.
During the interview, James said conversations about race had "taken over" in part because "our president is kind of trying to divide us". "Sports has never been something that divides people", LeBron, who recently signed with the Los Angeles Lakers, explained in the interview.
The network's PR and communications Twitter feed invoked first lady Melania Trump to hit back at the president.
How would Trump's fuel standard rules affect Americans?
He assured them he would, ordering his EPA chief and Transportation secretary to try to broker a deal with California . The resolution enables Congress to essentially void an executive branch regulation it deems misguided or unnecessary.
Kohli scores his first Test century in England
It was nearly an easy-going partnership for the opening duo as they brought up 50 off just 70 balls before the drama began. Booed by the crowd when he came out to bat, Kohli left to applause from the England fielders and fans alike.
North Korea building new missiles, U.S. spies claim
In reality, North Korea is one of the world's most impoverished countries and arguably the most repressive regime in the world. Still, the initial "field forensic review" indicates that the "remains are what North Korea said they were", Byrd said.
And of course, no cycle of Trump shade is complete without Pete Souza, the former White House photographer for President Barack Obama, weighing in with a deep cut from his archives.
It seems like the president has had a change of heart regarding James. CNN is also one of Mr. Trump's favorite foes.
The CNN interview aired on Monday, after James opened his school for disadvantaged children in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. The school will begin with two grades, third and fourth, with plans to expand in the coming years. The school plans to offer first through eighth-grade classes by 2022. The school is aimed at providing comprehensive services for at-risk youth, and James is providing $8 million in funding for it through his LeBron James Family Foundation.
I know who I'm riding with.
"Well, in that case, I may", he said. Many consider the 12th district vote an important belwether of results in November's nationwide elections. I believe he uses anything that is popular to try and negate people from thinking about the positive things they could be doing and try and get on their minds.