· LeBron James: Donald Trump no loss to NBA →
The vast majority of NBA players and staff have chosen to kneel during the playing of the pre-game national anthem in protest at racial injustice.
· LeBron James responds to Trump on NBA: "We could care less" →
The Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James kneels during the national anthem before the game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on Wednesday.
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Mount Trashmore Park is where one of the church's leaders had taken part in a prayer vigil and demonstration for Floyd, the Black man who died after a white police officer kneeled on his neck in Minneapolis on May 25, according to the court documents.
The New York Times
· LeBron James Says He Doesn’t Care if Trump Shuns N.B.A. Over Protests →
“The game will go on without his eyes on it,” James, the Los Angeles Lakers star, said after President Trump said he turns off games when players kneel during the national anthem.
· LeBron brushes off Trump blast: 'We could care less' →
Trump told Fox News he turns away when he sees players kneel during the anthem, although players have said the move is to protest police brutality and social injustice, and is not an insult to the flag, military or nation.
· LeBron James says NBA community doesn’t care whether Trump is watching →
KISSIMMEE, Fla. — LeBron James dismissed comments made Wednesday by President Trump, who criticized NBA players for kneeling during the national anthem as part of coordinated Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
· LeBron brushes off Trump blast: ‘We could care less’ →
WASHINGTON, Aug 6 — Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James hit back at Donald Trump on Wednesday after the US President branded NBA stars who kneel during the national anthem “disgraceful.”
· LeBron James Responds To Donald Trump Calling NBA Players Kneeling During The National Anthem 'Disgraceful' →
In a phone appearance on the weekday Fox News show on Wednesday, Trump criticized the fact that the majority of players have kneeled during the national anthem to protest systemic racism during the NBA restart in Walt Disney World near Orlando.