What did ESPN’s Jemele Hill get wrong about Trump?
Sunday, 17 September 2017 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 offense” here is Trump’s impersonation of a president.
On Thursday, ESPN denied a report from website ThinkProgress that it is trying to keep anchor Jemele Hill off the air after she called Donald Trump a white supremacist on Twitter this week. Following Hill's comments, ESPN pushed back against them while the White House suggested she be fired....
Michael Smith is set to leave the ESPN program 'SC6' and will remain at the network under a longterm contract. Friday night will be Smith’s final show and the time slot for the rest of March will be.. Source: Wochit News -
Jemele Hill is shutting down claims from by an ex-colleague that ESPN host Chris Berman once left her a “threatening and racially disparaging voicemail.” In a statement, Hill said, "A few years.. Source: Wochit News -