Donald Trump Attacks LeBron James And Don Lemon In Latest Twitter Rant

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In a tweet sent shortly after the president's, the longtime CBS News anchor called Trump's comments "racist" and "dangerous". Feinstein, Trump blasted the California Democrat for being the "person leading our Nation on "Collusion" with Russia" and asked if she will "now investigate herself?"

In his tweet, Trump insulted Lemon and then said that it's "not easy" to make James look smart.

"What I've noticed over the past few months. he's kinda used sports to kinda divide us, and that's something that I can't relate to", James said.

The interview with Lemon only made direct mention of Trump at the end of the hour-long interview.

During this year's NBA Finals, James and Curry made it clear the Cavs and Warriors didn't want to be invited to the White House for winning.

We will update this story if the tweet storm continues.

US President Donald Trump sniped back at NBA great LeBron James late Friday, days after the basketball player and philanthropist accused him of fueling racial divides in the United States.

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James has been outspoken in his dislike for Trump in the past.

National Basketball Association superstar LeBron James just opened the I Promise School in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, to help at-risk third and fourth-grade students.

That campaign appearance probably turned the tide, as Trump didn't always feel so strongly against James.

The sports world couldn't give James enough praise for the work that he did and the money that he donated to help his community with the school. "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up!"

James backed Democrat Hillary Clinton during the 2016 USA presidential election. "I know the streets that they walk".

Part of the reason why LeBron James opened the I Promise School is because he genuinely understands what it's like being a child growing up in Akron, Ohio - and what it's like to struggle in school. "I believe there's someone else out there".