Lebron James unveils innovative school in hometown Akron, Ohio

  • Lebron James unveils innovative school in hometown Akron, Ohio

Lebron James unveils innovative school in hometown Akron, Ohio

In addition to talking about the school, James talked about how Trump is using athletics and athletes to divide the country. Michelle Obama tweeted James on Tuesday.

'Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon.

It's safe to assume "Mike" was in reference to National Basketball Association legend Michael Jordan, who is often compared to the now-future LA Laker.

"What I've noticed over the past few months. he's kinda used sports to kinda divide us, and that's something that I can't relate to", James said.

Rob Gorski issued a warning for Trump not to come to OH after disrespecting James.

Trump's tweet came four days after the CNN interview originally aired.

James said he "can't sit back and say nothing".

On Monday, when the I Promise School opened, James called it both "bittersweet" because of his departure to play for the Lakers and "one of the greatest moments (if not the greatest) of my life". "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up!" It now serves only third- and fourth-grade students, but the school plans expand to grades 1-8 by 2020.

The LeBron James Family Foundation partnered with Akron Public Schools to design the school for students in the area who come from hard circumstances. "No kid at eight, nine should have that stress.so I know exactly what a lot of these kids are going through". Because many students in the district are behind, the school randomly selected 120 third graders and 120 fourth graders who met the criteria and asked parents or guardians if they would like their children to attend the I Promise School.

This week on The Howard Eskin Podcast Barkley called James' entire National Basketball Association career-the success, combined with his ability to do good for the community and stay out of trouble-one of the greatest accomplishments in sports history. We are in a position right now, in America more importantly, where this whole race thing has taken over, ' he said. "They just want to know someone cares".