And this time, following an interview about the new "I Promise' public school James opened for underprivileged kids in Akron, the President decided was the time to attack James".
LeBron James has just opened a school for underprivileged children in Ohio.
"Who's the real dummy?", the CNN anchor tweeted Saturday.
Lemon asked James if he would run for president in 2020 if there was no one else nominated who could beat Donald Trump.
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"What I've noticed over the past few months [is] he's kinda used sports to kinda divide us, and that's something that I can't relate to", he told Lemon.
The interview aired on CNN on Monday night, but Trump's criticism did not come until Friday night. 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. In response, James said: "I would never sit across from him".
This isn't the first time James has called Trump out. A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?
President Donald Trump might be the only person capable of low-key calling LeBron James dumb just days after the National Basketball Association superstar launched a highly-praised I Promise school in Ohio. "For kids, in general, all they want to know is that someone cares".
"Sounds like [first lady Melania Trump] had the remote last night", the network tweeted. We hope you both saw the incredible work of @KingJames.
"I'm sure it's just a coincidence that Trump thinks African-Americans are dumb", Tweeted political writer Max Boot.
The tweet from CNN also included a reference to Melania's "Be Best" campaign, which was meant to curb cyberbullying.