Hill, who is African American, asserted that Trump's administration was uniquely risky for people of color and that his "rise is a direct result of white supremacy".
You can read the Twitter exchange in question below. Hill didn't mince words about her feelings toward the president or the impact she thinks he's had on the nation. He is not a leader.
Jemele Hill's Twitter feed has been noticeably quiet but she did respond to some of the haters who tried to come for her with her usual expert with.
A quick look at Hill's Twitter feed shows her own racist, anti-white people tendencies, filled exclusively with photos of African Americans, only showing white people in a bad light through goofy and awkward memes.
On Tuesday, they issued a formal statement regarding the comments Hill made about Trump on Twitter. The 25-year ESPN veteran was asked if politics played a part in recent struggles at the network, including mass layoffs and a drop in subscribers.
Colin Kaepernick was the first to stand alongside Hill publically.
He then noted that parent company Disney CEO Bob Iger and ESPN president John Skipper hold left-wing views, and that "They want left-leaning politics the forward facing front of ESPN".
"LET HIM IN! to the restroom with your daughter or else you're a narrow-minded, judgmental, unloving racist bigot who needs to die", the post said. Pretty amusing how scared I have them all and their only agenda is to try and label people / me racist who do not agree or cower to them!
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She shared an article from The Hill about Rock, which produced a long stream of comments.