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By Sheetal Sukhija | Monday November 20, 2017
Trump blasts father of basketball players freed from China
After LaVar Ball, the father of the basketball players LiAngelo and Lonzo Ball, played down President Donald Trump’s role in getting LiAngelo safely out of China, Trump fired back on Twitter. LiAngelo, a freshman at U.C.L.A, and two of his teammates were arrested during a team trip to China earlier this month. LiAngelo Ball and his teammates, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, were arrested on suspicion of shoplifting while in China with their teammates. When Trump was in the middle of a tour of Asia, he reportedly raised the case with Chinese President Xi Jinping, and subsequently, the three players were allowed to return to the United States. Trump’s chief of staff, John Kelly, explained the episode to the media. Kelly said, “Our president said to Xi, ‘Do you know anything about these knuckleheads that got caught allegedly stealing?’” Adding that the Chinese president was unaware of the episode and immediately dispatched an aide to get more information. Kelly added, “The president was saying, ‘It’s not too serious. We’d love to see this taken care of in an expeditious way.’ I bet they learned a lesson in their lives.” Then, Trump made it clear on Twitter that he expected the players to thank him for his involvement...Read More