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LeBron Blasts Trump: “No One Wants An Invite To The White House”

LeBron Blasts Trump: “No One Wants An Invite To The White House”

After Trump disinvited the Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles, LeBron sets the cheater-and-thief right by firing a direct shot about whoever wins the NBA Finals.

Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals kicks off tomorrow night, and as we already know, anybody (press, celebs, IG stars) who is anybody is in Cleveland waiting to see what LeBron James and the Cavs have up their sleeves. But while Coach Lue talks strategy and the NBA pundits debate who will win the game, LeBron set aside just a few ticks of the tock for Donald Trump.

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If you haven’t heard, the cheater-and-thief continued his “distraction” tour by disinviting the NFL Super Bowl championship-winning team, the Philadelphia Eagles, showing just why the current “leader” in America has the ego of an already cracked eggshell. James, speaking at the team’s media day, fired back at Trump in the name of all athletes, saying, “I know regardless of who wins this series, no one wants an invite anyway. It won’t be Golden State or Cleveland going.”

That much we can all say is true.

The back-and-forth between LeBron and Trump has been going on for quite some time. Blasting the latter’s angry Twitter tirade when Colin Kaepernick was “disrespecting” the NFL, James has since then said that voting for Trump was a “mistake,” refused to stay in any Trump Hotel (in New York or anywhere else), and most famously called him a “bum”.

READ: “If You Voted For Trump Then You Made A Mistake,” LeBron James Says Of Trump

At press time, there was no word from any member of the Cavs or from the Trump administration about James’ comments. But any chance to dig at that marshmallow lump of a human being is a chance to witness the strength of truth and knowledge shining over the ignorance.

UPDATE: Above, Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors shares his thoughts on what LeBron James said about Trump.

The 2018 NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors airs Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. on ABC.



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