LeBron James slams Trump in the wake of Charlottesville

Trump condemns 'violence' at white supremacist rally
Trump Silent As Alt-Right Nazis Carry Out Acts Of Violence Against Protesters In Charlottesville

13 Agosto, 2017

As of July 30, he's currently on track to play 661 rounds in office over eight years, assuming he wins re-election and completes both terms.

The President's revisionism is of a piece with his move to revamp the federal Countering Violent Extremism Program to focus only on Islamic terrorism, excluding white supremacists, and his close counsel from Steve Bannon, Sebastian Gorka and other White House advisers promoting a United States less inclusive than the one that thrives today. (You can read my take on it here.) It's been a breaking story and will remain one until the situation gets handled.

Trump never uttered a word in his remarks and tweets about the nature of the march, the source of provocation that by Saturday's end had also left two police officers dead in a helicopter crash. His remarks brought many reactions online from Republicans as well as Democrats, with many calling out the president for seemingly refusing to single out white supremacists. He's played with legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and Tennessee senator Bob Corker. Meanwhile, Donald Trump golfs in New Jersey and stays silent. The best part is LeBron refusing to call Trump by name. Then during the ESPYS, James, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony called for social change in a powerful, heartfelt speech.

Earlier Saturday, Trump denounced the violence on Twitter. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama.

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