Trump Tweet, on Thanksgiving, Menacingly Singles Out Reporter for Calling Him Racist

Anita Tucker
November 26, 2017

People who don't follow sports are starting to get more awareness of the brand.

LaVar Ball handled negotiations as he was seeking $1 billion for Big Baller Brand.

The players faced potential jail sentences for the charge, but Trump, who was also visiting China at the time, spoke to President Xi Jinping about resolving the situation.

"It is amusing to think "poor LaVar" in this sense, but what Trump is doing here is not a bad thing for him; it doesn't hurt to have Trump against you", said Dr. Daniel Durbin, head of the USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media & Society School for Communication and Journalism who specializes in branding, popular culture, rhetoric and sports. "Just think.", Trump tweeted, referring to the American boxing promoter. "But that's [LaVar]. He always talks loud", P said in reference to LaVar saying he didn't need Trump's help to get his son freed in an interview with CNN.

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

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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?'

According to Yahoo Sports, the Ball-Trump feud is not just intriguing, but a bit of marketing genius on the part of Ball. D'Antonio then went on to lay out an argument that Trump essentially "shops" for enemies that can help him with his base - and this frequently leads him to black people.

Trump responded by calling Ball a "poor man's Don King but without the hair" and an "ungrateful fool" in subsequent tweets.

"You are a threat to society", the actor said of the president.

The attention from the president early Thursday morning was a "jarring wake-up call", Sargent added, but so far, his mentions haven't been too insane. "Maybe we were doing some talking with other people before he even got there", Ball said. More recently, the president has been fiercely critical of black athletes protesting the "Star Spangled-Banner" as a demonstration against white supremacy in the U.S.

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