After LiAngelo was arrested and released on suspicion of shoplifting in China, Trump was looking for a big ol' thank you, but if anyone is expecting one from LaVar, well, they might be waiting awhile.
I'm not entirely sure Cuomo will be able to deliver that message in person, but maybe he knows someone over at Fox who can say it on air so the president will see it.
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If Trump can openly express himself, why can't everyone else do the same thing right back at him? "And you're the head of the U.S.?"
The younger Ball and two other players were detained in China earlier this month after they allegedly shoplifted from a Louis Vuitton store in the country.
"Did [Mr Trump] help the boys get out?" "Because Donald will say what he needs to for PR and to be talked about, and so does LaVar". "I'm just saying I had some things done, I had some people who did some other things". "Let him do his political affairs and let me handle my son, and let's just stay in our lane". "I should have left them in jail", Trump tweeted in response. In the process, he also winds up saying that Trump is the one who should be suspended.
Controversy arose after Ball said he didn't need to thank Trump for assisting in helping his son return home. "Don't tell me nothing". LaVar Ball's son Lonzo is struggling in his rookie season with the Lakers and there are whispers that part of his problem is the fact that LaVar Ball has been too bombastic and put a target on his son, where every night he gets his opponents best game. "Because I spent all that time and love for him", LaVar Ball said in an interview with CNN Monday evening. UCLA basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill were released from Chinese custody and were allowed to come back to the United States last week.
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