ESPN apologizes over host Jemele Hill Calling Donald Trump a White Supremacist
ESPN has released a statement distancing itself from the tweeter exchange of co-host on the network’s SportCentre Jemele Hill. Saying that the tweets “do not represent the position” of the network.
Adding that they have talked with Hill and she recognized that the tweets were inappropriate
In one of the tweets on Monday Jemele Hill said “He has surrounded himself with white supremacists…no they are not all right.. and you want me to believe he isn’t a white supremacist”.
She added that President Trump is white supremacist who large surround himself with white supremacist.
Hill is not alone as she has received support from the social media including Colin Kaepernick NFL quarterback who was the first athlete to kneel during the American national anthem to protest against violence against black tweeted “we are with you”
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