"Donald Trump is the president of the United States, and he's going on Twitter [.] to attack a man like LeBron James and Don Lemon, who are examples of what makes America great, who are examples of Americans that give back", Navarro said.
While Mr. James has not yet responded to Mr. Trump's insult, other National Basketball Association players came out in support of him, including Stephen Curry, Bradley Beal and Donovan Mitchell, CBS News reported.
James also promised a free bicycle and helmets for students and vowed to pay tuition to the University of Akron for I Promise graduates, among other things. "He's a bright guy, end of story".
"Look, there might be a cautionary lesson in LeBron for kids", she continued.
During the Monday night panel, Cooper and the famed evangelist duked it out with Dennard, who insisted that Trump "doesn't attack first" but was merely responding to James' claim that he would not sit across from him for an interview.
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Jordan, who rarely wades into the political fray, and other USA athletes rallied to James' defense on Saturday, praising him for his work in his community.
With James signing a four-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers last month, speculation about where James, Jr. would play his high school has been rampant.
"Let me not mince words here: This president traffics in racism and is fueled by bullying - from keeping children at the border in cages to bullying journalists at every one of his rallies", Lemon said. And he has disinvited championship teams whose members have been critical of him from traditional White House visits.
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LeBron James Jr. has decided his next move.
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