Lavar Ball goes off about Trump
- Author: Tabitha Byrd Nov 22, 2017,
Nov 22, 2017, 0:39
It's a problem that we are in a media climate where any publication or network-including me here at The Nation-would have gladly taken that interview with LaVar Ball on Tuesday night (although CNN is milking this to a degree that is stomach churning).
"As long as my boy's back here, I'm fine", Ball told ESPN.
"That's on your mind, that a father didn't say "Thank you"?"
But he was even less impressed with the spat that followed between the President of the United States and LaVar Ball, the outspoken father of one of the players involved in the incident.
"This is the feud we've been waiting for", said Meyers.
I help somebody get a job. She said the president was making a "rhetorical response to a criticism", and said Trump claimed that he was "happy to intervene".
Mark Cuban, who has never turned down an opportunity to blast Donald Trump, was recently stopped by a TMZ cameraman and he wanted to know his thoughts on the entire beef with LaVar Ball and Donald Trump.
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Cuomo attempted several times to get LaVar Ball to explain why he refuses to thank Trump: "It just doesn't make any sense why you didn't thank him".
He said Trump didn't travel to China specifically to get his son released. "'Shoulda left them in jail?' What kinda n--a is you, man?"
While the sentiment sounds fine to me, Trump was far outside his lane the moment he entered the Republican presidential primary as a former reality TV star that no-one initially expected to win.
"Somebody told me about the tweet a couple days ago".
"What he ought to say is, 'I wish that father had been there in jail".
"I would have said "thank you" if [Trump] would have put him on his plane and took them home". They were arrested and questioned about stealing from high-end stores next to the team's hotel in Hangzhou, where the Bruins stayed before leaving for Shanghai to play Georgia Tech.