ESPN distances itself from Jamele Hill for damning Trump comments — but colleagues race to support her
Thursday, 14 September 2017 () ESPN has decided to publicly censor anchor Jemele Hill for criticizing President Donald Trump — furthering the backlash. It started, as so many scandals in the Trump era, with a tweet: He is unqualified and unfit to be president. He is not a leader. And if he were not white, he never would hav...
Donald Trump took to Twitter again this morning to voice his complaints about ESPN. Trump's tweet comes after ESPN's Jemele Hill ripped into Trump on Twitter. Hill later apologized, saying she regretted how her comments portrayed ESPN but she did not apologize for the comments themselves.
After criticism over tweets critical of Donald Trump, ESPN denies a report that it tried pull Jamele Hill off the air Wednesday.
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