When asked what he would say to Trump if they were to sit face-to-face, James said, "I would never sit across from him".
Iran's former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's quest to return to the spotlight now includes weighing in on a spat between US President Donald Trump and basketball star LeBron James.
"He's doing an wonderful job for his community", Jordan, now owner of the National Basketball Association's Charlotte Hornets, told NBC News through a spokesperson. James tweeted at the time.
USA employers add 157,000 jobs, jobless rate slips to 3.9 percent
Faucher writes that as that happens, job growth will slow down because businesses will find it more hard to recruit new hires. The Fed left interest rates unchanged on Wednesday while painting an upbeat portrait of both the labor market and economy.
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.
Though Jordan hasn't played in years, fans have endlessly argued about which athlete is better on the pro-basketball court - James or Jordan.
Don Lemon also added: "Who's the real dummy?"
Other athletes besides Jordan, along with celebrities and journalists, have come to James' defense.
Tiger Woods fuelled by British Open anger
Woods last played at a WGC in this very tournament in 2014 but pulled out before completing it. He has won eight times at Firestone, including the last of his 79 PGA Tour wins in 2013.
This is not the first time Melania Trump has publicly expressed views or taken action that demonstrated an independent streak, CNN reported.
"Lemon ended the tweet with the hashtag "#BeBest", a reference to Melania's initiative focusing on children.
James tweeted Saturday about the I Promise school, saying "Love you guys".
The James-Trump feud has been brewing for months.
Mr Trump has taken a harsh stance on the ongoing debate over players in the National Football League (NFL) who refuse to stand for the national anthem in protest against racial injustice and police brutality.
LeBron's sentiments obviously got under the Donald's skin but this isn't the first time the two have had some bad blood between them.
Man challenges bison in Yellowstone National Park
These distances safeguard both visitors and the experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming animals . The incident happened as the bison was crossing a road in the park Tuesday. "Oh my God, no no no no." a woman says.