In his tweet, Trump insulted Lemon and then said that it's "not easy" to make James look smart.
Lemon pointed out James's recent decision to open a school in OH for at-risk 3rd and 4th graders as evidence that James was no "dummy" in a tweet after Trump wrote Friday that Lemon had managed to make James look intelligent, which he said wasn't "easy to do".
The vets and the young core will have to learn how to play together under LeBron's leadership in order for the team to be successful, and sacrifices for the team will have to be made by some players.
You can see Trump's tweet, below.
"I would never sit across from him", James said. "No". James carefully dodged the question, but when asked what he would say if someone told him, "If you don't run, Trump's going to win", James responded with, "Well, in that case, I may [run]", James said. "And really don't give a f-- about the people", James said.
To be fair, James has also not been so kind to Trump on Twitter in the past, though he probably won't be changing his mind in the near future.
In behaviour that has become the normal for the 45th US President, Trump took to his personal Twitter account to post a late-night tweet bashing James. In 2013, Trump tweeted that he thought James was a "great player and a great guy", and sent another congratulating the National Basketball Association star on winning at the ESPYS. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders did not return a request for comment, nor did James's agency Klutch Sports Group. James is not one to let something go quietly and neither is Trump.