After the White House today suggested ESPN host Jemele Hill’s recent tweet calling President Charlottesville). She called him “unqualified” and “unfit to be president,” adding that, “if he were not white he never ever would have been elected.”White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders asserted the fireable-ness of Hill’s tweets at today’s briefing after being asked directly to talk about the tweets by Washington Post White House reporter David Nakamura, who used to cover sports for the paper. In his question, Nakamura asked Sanders if Trump had a response to the controversy.When Sanders responded
,”I’m not sure if he’s conscious “of the tweets,” but I believe that is among the more outrageous remarks that anyone could make, and certainly something that I believe is a fireable offense by ESPN,”Nakamura had his story.” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Wednesday struck back at ESPN host Jemele Hill for describing President Trump a’white supremacist,’ calling the remark ‘outrageous’and saying she must lose her job,”he wrote in WaPo.It’s a bit much to swallow that Trump was not aware of the tweets, offered that Fox News Channel’s Expense O’Reilly timeslot replacement Tucker Carlson had delighted in them Tuesday night. Hill’s tweets were Tucker’s lead story, stating at the top of that night’s program:” You probably thought ESPN stood for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. Significantly it appears like Unlimited Silly Political Nagging”and sounds more “like the sociology department at Bennington College.” Most likely a good location here to point out Fox has its own, competing sports network.Getting back to Nakamura’s protection of his own question, he kept in mind that when “inquired about Hill’s series of tweets Monday evening, where the sportscaster likewise stated Trump’s rise was”the direct outcome of white supremacy,”Sanders responded: ‘That is among the more outrageous remarks that anybody could make and certainly something that I think is a fireable offense by ESPN.'” Nakamura stated ESPN”scolded”Hill, which we will avoid calling sexist. The Disney-owned network has actually not suspended Hill, who co-hosts SportsCenter. It did, nevertheless, problem this statement: Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.Trump is the most oblivious, offending president of my lifetime. His increase is a direct outcome of white supremacy.
Period.No the media does not make it a threat.
It IS a hazard. He has actually empowered white supremacists (see: Charlottesville).
He is unqualified and unfit to be president. He is not a leader. And if he were not white, he never would have been chosen Donald Trump is
a bigot. Grateful you could cope with voting for him. I couldn’t, since I cared about more than just myself He is unqualified
and unfit to be president. He is not a leader. And if he were not white, he never ever would have been chosen