Trump tweets 'MAGA' at liberal columnist who criticized him

La Var Ball father of Los Angeles Lakers' Lonzo Ball and UCLA player Li Angelo Ball watches the Lakers play the Los Angeles Clippers during an NBA summer league basketball game in Las Vegas. President

He said the Chinese president promised to look into the case and ensure that the players are treated fairly and expeditiously, the Post reported. The president has since referred to Ball, the founder of Big Baller Brand, as an "ungrateful fool" and a "poor man's Don King" after Ball failed to thank Trump publicly.

"It's not like he was in the USA and said, OK, there's three kids in China, I need to go over there and get them?"

"It seems trite to say that Trump likes to pick fights with black people-he picks fights with everyone, in the most shocking and crass ways-but the president does have a knack for knocking down the kinds of black folks members of his base want to see knocked down", The Atlantic concluded this week. "I would be surprised if they were even prosecuted".

A few hours later, he tweeted that Ball "should have gotten his son out during my next trip to China instead". Ball said Monday night when asked about his back-and-forth with the President by CNN's Chris Cuomo. I don't have to go around saying, 'Thank you, ' to everybody.

President Trump started Thursday morning by tweeting at a liberal columnist who had slammed Trump's attacks on African Americans. In recent months, he has attacked professional athletes, Congress members and the media.

Trump tweeted the same message around 7:00, without linking to Sargent's handle.

The other part of why Trump won't drop it is, at this point, fairly predictable. The majority of National Football League players are black, and the display was intended as a protest against police treatment of African Americans. "(The Chinese) do not play games". Tony Schwartz, a frequent critic of the president who has said he regrets writing the 1987 book that helped sale Trump's reputation as a successful business magnate, made his remarks after Trump attacked this week the father of a college basketball player.

"On the other hand", he added, "if he felt fear, he always felt aggression. and a need to put them down".

TMZ recently caught Master P outside of an airport where they asked him about Lavar's response to Donald Trump following his CNN interview.

Cathal Kelly, of Canada's The Globe and Mail, wrote that Ball's feud with Trump is needed.

He acknowledges that Lavar Ball is vocal about his opinions but he still thinks the President's help should be acknowledged in some for of gratitude.

It is estimated that Big Baller Brand has received about $13.2 million in free digital and TV advertising since the Trump/Ball feud began on November 17, according the Apex Marketing Group.

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