"I don't know. If I was going to thank somebody I'd probably thank President Xi (Jinping)", LaVar Ball said.
In his piece published Wednesday, Sargent argued that Trump "goes out of his way to attack prominent African Americans", including Ball and professional football athletes.
'They were headed for 10 years in jail!,' he added.
"There is this desire, I think, to find the right person to go after, who fits a certain template", he told Mr Berman.
On the other hand, Schwartz said, "if [Trump] felt fear, he always felt aggression", which Schwartz uses to explain why Trump also felt "a need to put them down".
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The Ball Family were all in China to take in LiAngelo's game and to promote two pop-up shop openings the family's Big Baller Brand (BBB) apparel and footwear company is having in the country later this month.
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LaVar Ball, father of LiAngelo Ball who was arrested in the UCLA shoplifting case in China, had refused to thank President Trump for helping the players to get back home. Trump took his grievances to Twitter, where he called Ball an "ungrateful fool" and "a poor man's version of Don King".
Earlier on Sunday, Trump said Ball should have waited until "his next trip" to China to negotiate for the player's release. "Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out".
President Donald Trump began the day before Thanksgiving on Twitter, calling out those who he claims have not, in fact, given him their proper thanks.
"Who?" he told ESPN when asked about Trump's role in the situation days after their release.
Trump also warned that Ball "could have spent the next 5 to 10 years during Thanksgiving with your son in China, but no National Basketball Association contract to support you" had it not been for his intervention. "But it's hard to avoid noticing a gratuitously ugly pattern in Trump's responses, in which Trump vaguely suggests either that his targets are getting above their station, or that they're asking for too much and are insufficiently thankful for all that has been done for them".