"Lets come together as one!", Trump tweeted.
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James weighed in on Saturday about the ongoing violence taking place in Charlottesville, Va., taking a shot at President Donald Trump and expressing his sadness in the process.
James is one of a host of NBA players who spoke out Saturday after the white nationalist rally turned violent, leaving three people dead and 19 others injured.
Biden's tweet was retweeted over 79,000 times.
A small contingent of professional leftist counter-protesters eagerly joined the battle, matching the racists blow for blow. Later that day, a police helicopter went down outside the city, killing two officers. He played with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who has been an opponent of Trump's health-care reform plans. "This has been going on for a long, long time".
Cory Gardner, a Republican senator from Colorado, tweeted: "Mr. President - we must call evil by its name".
A prime example came when Trump played golf with Rory McIlroy ahead of his comeback to the PGA Tour. During last year's campaign, James also took issue with Trump's use of the term "locker room talk" to describe his controversial 2005 comments about women that appeared to endorse sexual assault. The group played a full 18. The presidency is an overwhelmingly difficult job, and the office-holder is certainly entitled to a handful of hours every week to take a load off. However, Trump was particularly critical of how many rounds President Barack Obama played in office, and so now he looks somewhat hypocritical in retrospect.