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He continued, "I don't care if it's April Ryan, or Susan Rice, or Maxine Waters. They are terrified of black women. Whenever a black woman... [Read More]
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The nation's largest organization for journalists of color on Wednesday defended ESPN anchor Jemele Hill after she called President Donald Trump a white supremacist."Jemele Hill... [Read More]
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The ESPN host released a statement via Twitter Wednesday (Sept. 13), addressing her "white supremacist" comments about Donald Trump. [Read More]
Hours after the White House called for her to be fired Wednesday, Jemele Hill was in her regular seat on ESPN's "SportsCenter." [Read More]
After the White House today suggested "fireable offense" ESPN host Jemele Hill's recent tweet calling President Donald Trump a "white supremacist," some noteworthy people came... [Read More]
Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had said Hill's comments were a "fireable offense." [Read More]
ESPN has decided to publicly censor anchor Jemele Hill for criticizing President Donald Trump — furthering the backlash. It started, as so many scandals in... [Read More]
Wednesday's White House press briefing didn't feature CNN's Jim Acosta, so his colleagues picked up the slack with lobbying efforts for single-payer health care, ensuring... [Read More]
'I have a problem with them lying about that, and acting as if it's not true'... [Read More]
After not mentioning it during her SportsCenter broadcast hours earlier, ESPN's Jemele Hill took to Twitter late Wednesday night "to address the elephant... [Read More]
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Wednesday described ESPN host Jemele Hill's comments about President Donald Trump as a "fireable offense." [Read More]
The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) on Wednesday came to the defense of ESPN anchor Jemele Hill, who has come under scrutiny for calling... [Read More]
ESPN host Jemele Hill posted a series of Twitter exchanges with other users that involved her harshly criticizing Trump. In one post, she said, "Donald... [Read More]
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that sports anchor Jemele Hill could justifiably be fired from ESPN for tweets calling President Donald... [Read More]
ESPN host Jemele Hill has recently made headlines for her controversial comments about Donald Trump, and now the White House wants her fired. [Read More]
The latest controversy surrounding left-leaning ESPN has bubbled all the way up to the White House, where Press Secretary Sarah Sanders weighed in Wednesday to... [Read More]
Al Sharpton says he's got Jemele Hill's back. [Read More]
ESPN's Jemele Hill called President Donald Trump a white supremacist and now the White House is getting involved. [Read More]
This is hardly the first time Walter Shaub has called out unethical behavior from team Trump. [Read More]
Jemele Hill, the co-anchor for #TheSix has many supporters within the company. [Read More]
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