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Trump accuses LeBron James of making "racist remarks."

Trump accuses LeBron James of fomenting 'racist revolutions :-

 Donald Trump has spent most of his life making inappropriate comments. He has a long list of ugly racist comments, including telling members of the band who are US citizens to "come back from where they came from," and referring to Haiti and African countries as "shithole countries," and could forget his false claims about "burglary" against former President Barack Obama.

This week, Trump was allowed to demonstrate his hypocrisy by condemning recent comments made by American Pro League star LeBron James calling them "racist" and "divisive, disgusting and offensive." Being banned from Twitter, Trump made statements in a statement from the former President & apos office in Mar - a - Lago.

"Rather than watching the American Professional Champions League's fall, which recently recorded the lowest media rating in the elite American League's history, LeBron James must focus on basketball... He's a fantastic basketball player, but he's doing nothing to help us hoist the flag! He's divisive, pessimistic, nasty, and untrustworthy!"

Trump's statement came shortly after James deleted a tweet by a police officer calling for accountability in the fatal shooting of Makea Bryant by a police officer in Columbus, Ohio.

The heart appeared in a post with a photograph of Officer Nicholas Reardon, identified as the cop who shot and killed Bryant.

Several Republican politicians slammed James' remark right afterwards.

James Tweet :-

  • Senator Tom Cotton claimed that James' tweet incited violence against Reardon.

  • ""In Ohio, LeBron James incites a scuffle with a police officer. It's embarrassing as well as hazardous. Is this something that the NFL is on board with? Is it true that there is such a thing as Twitter?" Cotton sent out a tweet.

  • Deputy Mike Luischek (Republican of Ohio) tweeted: "People like LeBron James and his friends on the left are pushing good people away from law enforcement jobs. This is exactly the opposite aspect of how to improve policing. "

  • James later shared that he deleted his tweet because it was "used to stir up more hatred."

  •  He expressed his displeasure with the situation, saying, "I'm sick of cops killing black people." It's about the system as a whole, and they keep utilizing our comments to foment more hatred."

James and Justice :-

  1- He continued: "I desperately need more accountability."

  2- James has been a very prominent figure in the Black Lives Matter movement over the past year. He has repeatedly made statements calling for justice in cases where black American policemen were killed.

  3- On Tuesday, Bryant was shot and died just seconds before a jury found Derek Chauvin, a former Minneapolis police officer, guilty of three charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder, and manslaughter. At the time of George Floyd's death.