As could be expected, the Internet had many reactions to President Trump's response to Saturday's violence in Charlottesville, Va., from both sides of the political aisle. As of July 30, he's currently on track to play 661 rounds in office over eight years, assuming he wins re-election and completes both terms.
To drive his tweet home, one that references President Donald Trump's campaign slogan, James capped it with an emoji of a man facepalming. Marco Rubio, wrote: "Nothing patriotic about #Nazis, the #KKK or #WhiteSupremacists It's the direct opposite of what #America seeks to be".
Trump said he spoke with Virgina Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Saturday and they agreed "the hate and division must stop and must stop right now". Later that day, a police helicopter went down outside the city, killing two officers.
James has emerged as one of the NBA's most high-profile voices on social issues. Trump tweeted at 1:19 p.m. That's because the Trump Administration has gone out of its way to bar the White House press pool from shadowing President Trump when he goes to his golf clubs. Then during the ESPYS, James, Chris Paul, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony called for social change in a powerful, heartfelt speech. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. For the latest coverage on the deadly violence in Charlottesville, make sure to follow CBS News.
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