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As Lemon cycled through the outrage Trump's attacks caused over the weekend, he reminded viewers of the president's attacks on "low IQ" Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) along with his birtherism against former President Barack Obama.

"I think that the more that we give credence to stuff like that, the more it's gonna live on", Rodgers told NFL.com on Tuesday. Well, LeBron James has now responded in the best way ever - a new television, which quotes her line, "Shut up and dribble".

"Millions elected Trump to be their coach", Ingraham said after insulting James' intelligence.

The president's "I like Mike!" comment was an apparent reference to the perennial sports debate over whether six-time National Basketball Association champion Michael Jordan, or James, a four-time league most valuable player, was the NBA's all-time best player. Even Michael Jordan - who the world assumed Trump was referencing - praised LeBron for his character and charity work. "And yes, let me not mince words here: This president traffics in racism and is fueled by bullying. Most of America, anyway, not all of America". (So had Lemon, for that matter.) But Trump's response, in a tweet he sent shortly before midnight, went straight for the worst superlatives.

Menendez has been a vocal opponent of the Trump administration's immigration policies.

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. "He's doing an awesome job for his community". Just look at the I PROMISE school he opened in Akron last week for proof.

Lane Kiffin isn't a stranger to exploiting weaknesses, which is exactly why he's ready to tackle the problems brewing in the White House.

The statement seemingly contradicted her husband's tweet from Friday night.

She said Mrs Trump wanted "to have an open dialogue about issues facing children". But it's still shocking to see a President of the United States making such an unapologetic assault on the Fourth Estate as part of an apparent strategy of discrediting sources of power that contradict his own preferred versions of reality.

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