Aaron Rodgers Supports LeBron, Urges Players To Simply Ignore Donald Trump

Posted August 08, 2018

Trump then, unexpectedly, appeared to weigh in on the growing debate over who is the greatest National Basketball Association player of all time, James or Michael Jordan, by writing "I like Mike!" "LeBron just pledged millions for a school for underprivileged kids". "A man who puts kids in classrooms or one who puts kids in cages?" - he saved his full outrage for his CNN show Monday night.

Noah pointed out that Trump has had disputes with U.S. Reps. Michael Jordan put professional rivalry to the side on Saturday to support James. Well, LeBron James has now responded in the best way ever - a new television, which quotes her line, "Shut up and dribble".

As far as Trump's verbal assault towards athletes in different sports - Rodgers implores his peers to simply ignore the President. "#BeBest", Lemon tweeted, using the hashtag of her youth wellbeing awareness campaign, which advocates against cyberbullying.

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Some also speculated Trump's attack came as LeBron had moved to California, which is not a swing state like OH, where he previously lived, unscathed by the President's wrath. "But because of how important it is for each of us to stand up for what is right and what is decent, I'm going to tell you exactly how I feel, starting right now".

No word yet on whether the first lady - or Ingraham, for that matter - is open to watching "Shut Up and Dribble" when it airs this fall.

'When you're part of sports, it brings so much camaraderie and so much fun. "Most of America, anyway, not all of America".

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"I don't know how many times we can say, as a player and as a group, how much we love and support and appreciate the troops, and the opportunities this country allows us", Rodgers said. Trump lashed out on Twitter at both men, insulting their intelligence.

Before entering politics, Trump frequently praised James and his own family tried to recruit him to the New York Knicks in 2010.

For instance, the more moderate stances of Melania and Ivanka Trump and their independent profiles could be seen as an effort to take the edge of the President's base-pleasing plays among suburban women voters, who will be crucial in the elections of 2018 and 2020. "These are the "very fine people" in the president's eyes", Lemon said. "When I first got into the league Oracle would be buzzing any time the Lakers came in".

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James has also enjoyed support from Pro Football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe, who tweeted Saturday: "It should be beneath the dignity of a sitting POTUS to take racist shots at D. Lemon and Lebron James".