Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden is the new President-elect of the United States, after defeating current President Donald Trump in the US Elections 2020, an event that brought happiness to one of the businessman's public enemies, NBA star LeBron James.
LeBron waited for the announcement of Biden's victory to be official in order to use his social networks. And he chose his Instagram account to post a picture to celebrate Trump's defeat.
The Los Angeles Lakers star uses a photo of Biden blocking Donald Trump, referring to the historic 2016 NBA Finals play when James blocked Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala in Game 7 of the Cleveland Cavaliers series.
LeBron James celebrates Donald Trump's defeat
It is quite common to see LeBron James posting photos and quotes on his social networks, especially during the last couple of days due to the US Elections 2020. He even made fun of Donald Trump during the Presidential Debate. This time, he used an image of himself with Biden's face on it to celebrate the results.
On Twitter, the King referred to the excitement shown on CNN by former White House counselor Van Jones, who said after the results were known that "it's easier to be a parent this morning. It's easier to tell your children that character matters, that telling the truth matters, that being a good person matters."