Most of America, anyway. "The president constantly denigrates people of color, and women, too". Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway echoed the comments of the President's daughter Sunday. (So had Lemon, for that matter.) But Trump's response, in a tweet he sent shortly before midnight, went straight for the worst superlatives. "But I think the president in charge now has given people - they don't care now, they throw it to your face". They can also cause War!
The media personality concluded by encouraging "the decent and truly patriotic people who really love America and believe in its greatness" to stand up for the average citizens or immigrants being marginalized, "because clearly, Donald Trump won't".
The internal dynamics of the Trump family are notoriously tough to understand, and involve a complex mix of characters locked into the trust and loyalty dynamics of the most self-sufficient clans in American politics and business. Trump puts children in cages, ' his colleague Joseph Flynn wrote. "Because you're just giving attention to that; that's what they want".
Nevertheless, her comments were the subject the following month of a "Saturday Night Live" opening monologue by Charles Barkley, who noted that "this country has a great tradition of athletes speaking their minds" and told James to "keep on dribbling and don't ever shut up".More news: Margot Robbie Instagrams First Look At Her As Sharon Tate
Conservative Anna Paulina, a fellow panelist (shown above, far left), then jumped in and tried bringing up the specific white people Trump has criticized.
Still, such is the belligerent dominance of Trump's personality, it's quite possible that he will simply drown out any political positioning of those around him. "So to even enter this space the way the president did is insulting in that sense".
National Basketball Association star LeBron James isn't shying away from a war of words with US President Donald Trump and his ardent supporters. "He made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do", the president tweeted. I like Mike!' Trump posted on Friday evening, appearing to reference Michael Jordan.