In the midst of an eighty-minute speech intended to heighten the reëlection prospects of Senator Luther Johnson Strange III, Trump turned his attention to N.F.L.
He is infinitely more offended by the sight of a black ballplayer quietly, peacefully protesting racism in the United States than he is by racism itself.
champions, the Golden State Warriors, from visiting the White House after one of the team’s stars, Stephen Curry, voiced hesitation about meeting with the President.
How is it possible to argue with the sentiment behind LeBron James’s concise tweet at Trump: “U Bum”?
He is the author of “The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama.” In the first of an ongoing series of panel discussions called “Public Forum: A Well-Ordered Nation,” David Remnick talks to Salman Rushdie, Tony Kushner, and Claudia Rankine about bigotry among Trump voters and political apathy in America.