ESPN Anchor in Hot Water for Calling the President a "White Supremacist"

Posted September 14, 2017

The tweet that garnered the most reaction said: "Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists".

Meanwhile, Donald Trump, whose administration has shamelessly stoked racial tensions to fuel its political agenda of white supremacy-is still gainfully employed.

Critics of Mr Trump have accused him of racism after his response to deadly clashes at a far-right rally, held by neo-Nazis and white supremacists, in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month. He is not a leader. She has also hosted Numbers Will Never Lie and His and Hers.

ESPN said Hill's comments were "inappropriate" but did not suspend or fire her. "If there's ever a moment where we feel somebody's broken the law", she said, "particularly if they're the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, that's certainly something that should be looked at".

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On Tuesday, they issued a formal statement regarding the comments Hill made about Trump on Twitter. I didn't ask Colin Kaepernick to kneel.

Hill was rebuked by the network for calling Trump a racist who is unfit to be president and is enabled by white supremacy in a series of tweets Monday night.

In the end, ESPN's problems are not political - although non-political things are often labeled "political" simply because they are something some do not like.

In May, after the company laid off about 100 employees, some conservative commentators claimed that ESPN's financial position was declining because it had adopted a liberal slant.

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White House correspondent David Nakamura began his question by reading Hill's tweet, then asking press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders whether the president was aware of it.

"You just don't want to believe it because it's too unpleasant", Hill continued. Behind the scenes of this liberal media organization, in the halls of upper management, was there really any strong disagreement with what she said?

Having issues with the way Donald Trump is conducting himself in the first year of his presidency doesn't necessarily constitute a "hot take" at this point.

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