ESPN Scolds Jemele Hill for Calling Trump a ‘White Supremacist,’ But Stays Mum on Discipline

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ESPN Scolds Jemele Hill for Calling Trump a ‘White Supremacist,’ But Stays Mum on Discipline
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Jemele Hill has spoken, and now ESPN has spoken to her.

Here’s what the “Worldwide Leader in Sports” had to say about its popular “SportsCenter” anchor calling President Trump a “white supremacist” — along with some other very unfavorable things — on Twitter:

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The Disney company did not say whether or not Hill would be suspended or otherwise punished.

“Not discussing discipline publicly in this instance,” an ESPN spokesperson told TheWrap when reached by email.

See Hill’s string of tweets below. The journalist hosts “SC6” — the 6 o’clock “SportsCenter” — with Michael Smith.

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