The back-and-forth between Trump and LaVar Ball stems from a situation in Hangzhou, China, earlier this month.
President Donald Trump's caudillo-like insistence on injecting himself into all aspects of American life continued on Sunday morning, when the president of the United States made another gallingly unnecessary tweet, this time about the legal case of three UCLA basketball players who had been briefly held in China on the suspicion of shoplifting.
Trump, apparently sore about something said by a celebrity the rest of us have long ago learned to ignore, then said he should have left the UCLA players in jail, which is of course extremely presidential.
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While experts in Chinese law told USA TODAY Sports that the trio would probably not face severe punishment, Trump posted on Twitter that they were in line for "10 years in jail" before he intervened.
"What was he over there for?"
Asked to comment on Trump's help, Ball had told ESPN: "What was he over there for? Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out", Ball told ESPN.
That's what watching LaVar vs. Trump unfold feels like. Like I told him, 'They try to make a big deal out of nothing sometimes.' I'm from L.A.
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The players apologized and thanked the president for his involvement during a press conference last week. "Be careful, there are many pitfalls on the long and winding road of life!" "I'm happy with how things were handled".
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All three players have been suspended from the UCLA basketball team indefinitely, and articles of impeachment have been filed on Donald Trump.
"Now if you can go back and say when he was 12 years old he was shoplifting and stealing cars and going wild, then that's a different thing".
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