Lemon pointed out James's recent decision to open a school in OH for at-risk 3rd and 4th graders as evidence that James was no "dummy" in a tweet after Trump wrote Friday that Lemon had managed to make James look intelligent, which he said wasn't "easy to do".
Trump then made a pointed shot at James in the famous National Basketball Association "greatest of all time" debate by saying he preferred Michael Jordan over James.
The NBA great admitted to having "jitters" before the opening, an event he said is "going to be one of the greatest moments - if not the greatest - of my life". James' publicist declined to respond to Trump's tweet, but Lemon did, invoking both the administration's forced-family-separations policy and first lady Melania Trump's social media etiquette campaign.
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James also referred to Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, who said he wouldn't visit the White House after his team won the championship, prompting the president to disinvite the team. Sports has never been something that divides people. "I would sit across from Barack though".
There's nothing substantive about Trump's tweet. Lemon tweeted. "A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?"
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We could run through the laundry list of ways James has bettered his community through his charity work, including his new "IPromise" school.
Lemon, who conducted the interview with James, also weighed in.
Whether that is actually Trump's intent or not, James' comments have quite a few agreements from fans.
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