LeBron James to Donald Trump: That's Not Locker Room Talk, Bruh

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LeBron James is arguably the most well-known athlete in America.

He first rose to fame in while still in his teens, and he's since led teams to three NBA championships over the course of his 13-year career.

Needless to say, when it comes to "locker room talk" we think James has a slightly better idea of what falls within the range of acceptable subject matter than Donald Trump, who proudly boasts that his workout routine consists of flapping his arms around during his manic rallies.

James endorsed Hillary Clinton for president last week, and these days, he's not mincing words about his distaste for Trump.

As you've no doubt heard by now, video of Trump boasting about sexual assault to a giddy Billy Bush was released by the Washington Post last week.

Trump dismissed the conversation as the sort of banter that athletes engage in prior to a game.

As you can see in the clip above, King James is having none of that explanation.

LeBron James in Uniform

"I got a mother-in-law, a wife, a mom and a daughter and those conversations just don't go on in our locker room," James told reporters today, his disgust with Trump written all over his face.

"What goes on in our locker room is sporting events that happened the night before, about family, about strategies that we may have that night."

In case there was any chance of mistaking how he feels about Trump's "locker room talk" explanation, James added:

"But what that guy was saying, that's not ... I don't know what that is ... that's trash talk."

The clip above shows Trump bragging about grabbing a woman "by the p--sy" as Bush giggles in delight.

Trump, who had married third wife Melania Knauss just months before the footage was shot, goes on to talk about a recent occasion in which he "tried to f--k" a married woman by buying her furniture.

The woman was later revealed to be Entertainment Tonight personality Nancy O'Dell, who was Bush's co-host at the time.

After the footage surfaced, Trump "apologized" in a brief social media video, most of which was devoted to justifying his remarks.

It's unlikely that the video will cost Trump many votes, as most of his supporters seem to be deeply entrenched at this point.

However, it certainly doesn't seem to be helping Trump sway any new voters to his side, which is what the real estate mogul will need to do if he hopes to win in November.

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