Michael Jordan responds to Donald Trump tweet

Michael Jordan responds to Donald Trump tweet

During their interview, James and Lemon toured "I Promise", a school for at-risk children that James has established in his hometown of Akron, Ohio. Sports smarts count. Off the court, James has started several businesses - a sports agency, a Hollywood production outfit - and become a meaningful philanthropist.

Also singing James's praises?

Many former and current professional athletes, including Jordan, jumped to James' defence. But facts don't seem to bother this President.

After Donald Trump's attacked the NBA player's intelligence the First Lady hit back with a statement saying the basketball star is "working to do good things on behalf of our next generation".

The "I like Mike" conclusion to the tweet was in reference to the debate over whether Michael Jordan or James should be considered the NBA's all-time greatest.

Trump has fallen out with sports personalities in the past. Jordan's now his guy.

Donald Trump may have picked on the wrong athlete this time. Mr. President, leave the GOAT talk alone.

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"I support LJ. He's doing an wonderful job for his community", Jordan said in a statement provided to The Washington Post by a spokesperson. "I was like, wow, this is all because of sports". "It's always been something that brings someone together".

Mr Trump ended his tweet by saying "I like Mike!" - an apparent reference to the debate over whether Michael Jordan or James is the greatest National Basketball Association player of all time. Earlier this year, she said that she "hates to see" immigrant children separated from their parents at the US border, a policy decision made by Donald Trump earlier this year.

And in February, James used an expletive to claim that Trump does not care "about the people". James' publicist declined to respond to Trump's tweet, but early Saturday afternoon, James retweeted a post from the "I Promise" school and said, "Let's get it kids!" James wrote on Twitter. Laker fans who spoke with Eyewitness News also felt the same way, often mentioning the school James opened and how he's impacted those kids' lives.

And so, a miffed Trump fired back.

"No. I'd sit across from Barack, though", he said, laughing. Maybe he played hoops with his son; maybe he worked on his own game.

In February, James explained why he was critical of the president: "While we cannot change what comes out of that man's mouth, we can continue to alert the people that watch us, that listen to us, that this is not the way".

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