"She's the epitome of a tax-and-spend liberal," he said.
"I should have declined to respond," she said.
The HBO host said he did support the quarterback's protest.
Several NFL players have joined quarterback Colin Kaepernick's protest.
“I support our players when they want to see change in society," the NFL commissioner said.
Myke Tavarres reversed course after saying he would mimic Colin Kaepernick.
"We as a country have to change," Ibtihaj Muhammad said.
"We need someone who believes in this country," Dana White said.
"He's a friend of mine," he said of the boxing promoter.
Trump said he was sure Tyson "would do a good job" if he was asked.
The legendary basketball coach died Tuesday after battling early onset dementia.
The petition urges KitchenAid to stop sponsoring a PGA event in Washington, D.C.
"Clearly, I can't vote for the other guy," he said of Donald Trump.
"Thank you guys, have a good day," Brady said when asked about the recording.
The NBA star also discussed Colin Kaepernick's ongoing protest during the national anthem.
Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
"I think as Latin people we deserve better," the baseball star said.
"I defy you to find a positive comment about Donald Trump in a major newspaper."
Jordan says he is donating $2 million to help ties between minorities and police.
"It's amazing how fast the rumors fly," he said.
The New England quarterback is not the first sports star to pass on the Cleveland event.
Day's absence leaves golf without its No. 1 player in Rio de Janeiro.
Trump is heading to Scotland this week to mark his new golf course's opening.
Sanders said Americans must remember Muhammad Ali was a "very proud Muslim."