Two days ago, President Trump came out swinging on Twitter after CNN’s Don Lemon interviewed the anti-Trump NBA star LeBron James, who just can’t help but trash our president whenever someone puts a microphone in front of his face.

President Trump tweeted: Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don Lemon. He made Lebron look smart, which isn’t easy to do. I like Mike!

Candace Owens replied to President Trump’s tweet in the most hilarious way possible. Candace’s reply to President Trump is the first of her top 10 tweets of the week.

Candace Owens started out her tweet by claiming she vehemently disagreed with President Trump’s remark about Don Lemon being the dumbest man of television, demanding that MSNBC’s  Joe Scarborough of the “Morning Joe” show is the dumbest man on television…


Many on the left came to James’ defense, as an excuse to attack President Trump. Hillary Clinton made the mistake of coming out to defend LeBron James in a tweet:

. is a great family man, incredible ballplayer, gives back to his community, and isn’t afraid to speak his mind. He’s a world class athlete and a class act. We need more like him in this world.

Hillary got absolutely obliterated by Candace Owens, communications director at Turning Point USA in a blistering tweet:

This is rich. Your husband locked up more black men than any President in the history of the United States. You view Margaret Sanger (who wanted to exterminate the black race) as your idol and Robert Byrd (former Klansmen) as your mentor and dear friend. Shut up, racist.


Owens also tweeted a hard-hitting and brilliant video of herself explaining why everyone hates that she’s telling the truth about Black America, and how Blacks were actually doing better during the Jim Crow era…


Candace kept hitting Americans with the cold, hard truth about slavery and about why blacks in America are among the luckiest in the world:


Owens doubled down on her prediction about blacks coming around and supporting Trump. Candace Owens hit the naysayers right between the eyes with a stunning new poll conducted by Rasumussen showing Black support for President Trump has DOUBLED since last year.


Owens hit Democrats hard over their nonsense that voter ID is unfair to minorities, telling them that they’re basically saying Black people are too stupid to figure out how to get an ID.


Owens nailed it with this tweet, proving how ignorant journalists can be when their agenda is to destroy President Trump and any credibility he might have with minorities.


Owens hit liberals with the truth about Planned Parenthood and how their plan to exterminate the black population, as 61% of blacks in America never made it out of the womb.


Owens clearly doesn’t have any patience for Sharia Law or anyone who represents a publication who supports Sharia Law. Owens destroyed Al Jazeera writer Sonia Ananti who foolishly asked her for an interview on Twitter:


Lastly, in a tweet that finally got the Twitter censorship team excited, Owens re-tweeted a tweet by the New York Times latest hire on their editorial board, Sarah Jeong, whose racist, man hating, and anti-cop tweets have been circulating around on social media for days. In her tweet, Owens simply replaced “Black” with “White” to prove a point about how one statement is “racist”, but the other is perfectly fine. Owens clearly proved her point, when the tweets from Jeong, disparaging white people remained on Twitter for years, but her tweet set off alarms with the censorship SWAT team at Twitter who swiftly moved in and suspended her account.

Here’s the tweet:


Finally, Candace published a LIVE video on Twitter today, after her status was reinstated and her suspension by the Twitter censorship team was lifted.

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