Donald Trump Rips Into ‘Nasty’ LeBron James

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Most people across the world love LeBron James with a capital L.

He’s one of the greatest basketball players of all time, he set up a school for underprivileged children, and he’s just an all round nice dude.

But one person who can’t stand LeBron is none other than the current President of the United States who went on a pretty big rant against the legend yesterday.

Keep scrolling to see what Trump had to say.

The thirty-five-year-old is widely regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all-time through his sensational career with the Lakers.

James is well immersed in the world of education and getting kids on the right track – using his influence for good.

And he’s certainly not all talk…

The star has been involved with several programs and schemes, including funding the “Wheels for Education” program, which provides kids with school supplies, access to computers, and a bike as part of a system designed to keep kids motivated to complete their studies and reach their full potential grades-wise.

The NBA legend opened his own public school – The I Promise School.

The public school, supported by the LeBron James Family Foundation, opened its doors in 2018 after the star teamed up with Akron Public Schools to make the project a reality.

Located in James’ hometown Akron, Ohio, the school houses 240 at-risk third and fourth-grade students.

As well as services designed to help both children and parents who are struggling – including stress management and an on-site food bank.

This is something extremely close to James’ heart after he admitted that having a bike gave him the freedom to explore and escape some of the more dangerous parts of the neighbourhood while growing up.

“We want to create an environment of family where you want to always be around your family,” he said, per the BBC. “No matter the good and the bad, you always want to be around that support system.”

“School didn’t mean anything to me,” he said. “There were just a lot of empty days, empty nights and just kind of a no-future thought process.” “It was mentally challenging. No kid at eight, nine should have that stress… so I know exactly what a lot of these kids are going through.”

And hopes that his school will provide a second chance for kids who are struggling at home or falling behind in their education.

It’s not a charter school run by a private operator but a public school operated by the district, with the school’s $2 million budget funded by the district.

And he’s truly gone above and beyond to be an inspirational figure in so many kids’ lives.

And, throughout years of major success, he has always remained grounded and stayed true to himself.

And he loves his fans.

In fact, he loves the fans so much that not too long ago he vowed not to play basketball if fans weren’t allowed to attend.

Where many major sporting events such as the Olympic Games are facing potential cancellation to avoid any further spread of the virus.

And after taking a look into his life, his sporting expertise, and his generosity it’s hard not to.

And it’s none other than the current President of the United States, Donald Trump, who went on a lengthy tirade against the NBA star in an interview yesterday.

The president said:
The NBA has become so political that nobody cares about it anymore. I don’t even know who’s playing in the Finals.

Because, again, I’ve done so much for the Black community and people don’t wanna see that and he’s a great basketball player but people don’t wanna see a guy that way. They don’t want to see that. We have enough difficulty during the week, you don’t wanna sit down watching a basketball game and then watch somebody that hates your guts, okay, He’s a hater.

Or Trump’s government – and just days ago he posted a controversial tweet about Mike Pence and The Fly, where he compared Pence to excrement…