The new Laker talked to Lemon about the new school he was starting, but the conversation often veered back to politics and Trump.
"James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon", wrote Trump.
Unless you've been living under a rock or are oblivious to sports, you know by now that LeBron James is a Los Angeles Laker. He then followed it up with 'I like Mike!' a clear reference to Michael Jordan.
We will update this story if the tweet storm continues.
The tweet came in response to an interview James conducted with CNN host Don Lemon, a frequent punching bag for the president.
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In the same interview, James was asked by Lemon what he would like to say to Trump if he were seated with them.
James described Trump as a "bum" following the furor.
James has previously criticized Trump on several occasions, publicly supporting Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton before the 2016 election and calling Trump a "bum" in September 2017, after the president rescinded an invitation to the Golden State Warriors to visit the White House after winning the National Basketball Association title.
"You know?" said James, who on Monday opened an elementary school for at-risk youth in his native Akron, Ohio. Many schools funded or supported by influential celebrities are private or charter schools, but the I Promise School is a public school funded by James' $8 million donation.
Indeed, this week's exchange is just the latest in a long-running feud between James and the president.
Having kids around my same age and we having the same goals in mind really stopped me from going the other way, and that's what we have at this school. One, because I believe our president is trying to divide us.