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Melania lauds James after Trump's insult

Melania lauds James after Trump's insult

Donald Trump has sparked uproar online after taking aim at basketball superstar LeBron James, with many social media users calling the USA president "racist" and a "bully".

"I would never sit across from him", the four-time MVP replied, before adding: "I'd sit across from Barack [Obama], though".

And by saying he preferred Michael Jordan to James, he was endorsing another star National Basketball Association athlete who has sometimes been criticized for not doing more in his career to highlight political, racial and social issues important to the black community.

During the interview, James also discussed a new school he has opened for underprivileged children in his home town of Akron, Ohio, which offers free meals and bikes to students, as well as job placement assistance for parents and an on-site food bank.

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James has made no secret of his political opinions, calling Trump "a bum" previous year and telling CNN's Don Lemon last week that he would "would never sit across" from the president, prompting Trump to insult James' intelligence.

If President Trump, if he's the one who has the finger on the pulse of this country. Trump also attempted to needle James by appearing to claim a preference for Michael Jordan, to whom the former Cavaliers star is often compared in greatest-ever debates. "Because clearly Donald Trump won't".

"Trump has only called Don Lemon & Lebron James "dumb" and he repeatedly refers to Maxine Waters as 'low IQ",' one man wrote.

'LeBron puts children through school.

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In an interview on Tuesday - also broadcast late Friday - Los Angeles Lakers player and philanthropist James told CNN he believed Trump "is kind of trying to divide us".

It could be that Trump's wife and daughter and some top aides are fighting a battle to safeguard their own principles and beliefs within the eye of the Trump storm and carefully chose areas where they can distance themselves from the President to protect their own identities. (So had Lemon, for that matter.) But Trump's response, in a tweet he sent shortly before midnight, went straight for the worst superlatives.

- I care, why don't you? "Think about that. Is this who we really are?".

"Let me not mince words here", Lemon said.

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Conservative Anna Paulina, a fellow panelist (shown above, far left), then jumped in and tried bringing up the specific white people Trump has criticized.