LeBron James as Secretary of Education petition started

Rex Christensen
August 9, 2018

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"LeBron James is an inspiration to kids all over the country", the petition declares.

"He's shown he cares about America's youth and understands the power of public education in helping children meet their true potential", the petition sayd about James.

The petition has been signed by almost 8,500 people as of 6 a.m. Thursday. That number climbed to almost 11,000 signatures by 11 a.m. On Friday night, Trump criticized both CNN's Don Lemon and James in a tweet, essentially calling both dumb.

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"The coverage made it look like the whole thing is his", said Mark Williamson, spokesman for Akron Public Schools district.

Add Steph Curry to the growing list of athletes who have shown support for LeBron James after President Trump discredited his intelligence. "Even more unlikely is that Lebron would ever stand to work for Donald Trump and his hateful rhetoric. but it's worth a try!"

The first candidate is famed athlete LeBron James, a highly respected and extremely influential community advocate and activist who recently opened a state-of-the-art public school for at-risk children in Akron, Ohio - with community services on-site like job placement for parents, guaranteed college tuition for every student who graduates, and a score of other student services like a FREE bicycle and helmet. The petition will apparently be sent to Mr. Trump after collecting its target number of signatures, which has increased to 13,000 as more people sign. Tell us your thoughts HERE. You can do so HERE.

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