LaVar Ball Has $13 Million Reasons to Be Grateful Thanks to Trump

by Sophie Craig November 26, 2017, 0:59
LaVar Ball Has $13 Million Reasons to Be Grateful Thanks to Trump

But put Master P in the category of people who thinks the Big Baller Brand spokesman should be appreciative of the Commander in Chief's efforts.

Berman asked whether Trump's attack was down to "what LaVar Ball said or, as some are alleging, how he looks".

P resident Donald Trump bizarrely responded to a tweet suggesting he speaks ill of prominent black people to capitalize on racism among his base.

In another tweet, Trump took sole credit for getting LiAngelo Ball out of a long-term prison sentence - and not the White House, the State Department or LaVar Ball's associates in China. "I think he has a zero tolerance for any criticism of any kind, that's why he goes after anybody who says virtually anything about him that's negative", Schwartz said.

"And who might represent corporate America better than Trump?" Trump criticized Ball for refusing to thank him personally for appealing to President Xi during his trip earlier this month, calling him an "ungrateful fool".

On November 15, Trump struck out at the Ball family on Twitter, asking: 'Do you think the three UCLA Basketball Players will say thank you President Trump?'

"Keeping the Ball brand in the news creates a level of tension that definitely does not hurt them".

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Ball wasn't done, appearing on CNN and discussing Trump with Chris Cuomo.

Trump couldn't help but take the bait - in all-capital letters at one point.

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"It's not like he was in the US and said, OK, there's three kids in China, I need to go over there and get them?"

What doesn't hurt here, Durbin said, is that the National Basketball Association is already a diverse fan base, unlike the NFL or NASCAR that are very pro-Trump.

Chatman said he never imagined Ball would be as recognized as he is today.

He added: "If you help, you shouldn't have to say anything". Trump even tweeted out more on that subject when he got around to it Wednesday.


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