Sep.15 -- President Donald Trump fired a fresh volley of criticism against TV sports network ESPN on Friday, demanding an apology after host Jemele Hill called the president a white supremacist on -- where else? -- Twitter. Bloomberg's Gerry Smith has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
ESPN Public Editor Jim Brady posted on Twitter Friday that President Donald Trump has “done a lot to make a case against himself,” after ESPN host Jemele... Raw Story - USAlso reported by •Eurasia Review
When ESPN co-host Jemele Hill called President Donald Trump a white supremacist, his supporters called for her to be fired. For the record, the only “fireable... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •Newsmax