Master P Says "God Would Like It" If LaVar Ball Thanked Trump

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Master P Says "God Would Like It" If LaVar Ball Thanked Trump

"So first of all, his father (LaVar Ball) is a tall black man and I think Trump is half awed and half frightened by black people and his only way of dealing with them is to attack them", Schwartz said.

Sargent's piece is highly critical of Trump, accusing him of peddling a message to his supporters that "the system is unfairly rigged on behalf of minorities".

The stakes were high for Ball, as a shoplifting conviction in China could result in a sentence of three to 10 years.

"It's not like he was in the US and said, OK, there's three kids in China, I need to go over there and get them?"

Donald Trump kicked off his Thanksgiving morning by giving thanks for his most cherished tradition: being mad online.

The interview concluded on a festive note, with LaVar Ball wishing Trump a happy holiday.

His comment came a day after Trump tweeted that he "should have left them in jail", referring to Ball's son and two other UCLA basketball players who were arrested on suspicion of stealing sunglasses from a Louis Vuitton store while their team was in China.

It looks like Donald Trump is not the only one who thinks that he should get a "thank you" from basketball dad LaVar Ball.

"Too bad! LaVar is just a poor man's version of Don King, but without the hair", he said, referencing the flamboyant boxing promoter whom Trump once saluted as "a phenomenal person" despite a conviction for manslaughter. In a recent interview with CNN, the eldest Ball said that he won't thank Trump because he didn't do anything to help. "Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out".

At about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, Trump called LaVar Ball an "ungrateful fool", who, if not for his personal intervention, would have spent several Thanksgivings with his son locked up in China.

"Who?" he told ESPN when asked about Trump's role in the situation days after their release. "(The Chinese) do not play games".

He acknowledges that Lavar Ball is vocal about his opinions but he still thinks the President's help should be acknowledged in some for of gratitude.

The president was responding to a 23-minute Monday CNN interview of Ball with Chris Cuomo that has since gone viral and has been called weird.

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