LeBron James Responds To Charlottesville Violence

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LeBron James slams Trump in the wake of Charlottesville

The tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia that saw racist protesters injure and, in one case, kill innocent bystanders is certainly giving this cap choice an added bit of social justice fuel.

Cleveland Cavaliers superstar took to Twitter and called out the President for not making America Great Again.

"It's sad what's going on in Charlottesville".

The violence taking place in Charlottesville came as a part of white nationalism demonstrations, which led to a car-ramming incident which left dozens injured and one woman dead.

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After a rally at a city park was dispersed, a auto bearing an OH license plate drove into a crowd, killing a 32-year old woman, injuring at least 19 more.

White nationalist, white supremacist and alt-right groups were initially scheduled to gather in Charlottesville's Emancipation Park Saturday to protest the city's decision to remove a Confederate statue there.

LeBron, who founded his own charity The LeBron James Family Foundation to help better child development through improved education and extracurricular activities, questioned if the current state of the country is fit to properly raise young adults. "Flat out", LeBron tweeted. "We do. But that's not acceptable", LeBron said at the time.

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