- The Washington Times - Friday, September 15, 2017

President Trump fired off on ESPN on Friday, days after anchor Jemele Hill called him a white supremacist. 

On Twitter, Trump called for ESPN to apologize and saying the network is “paying a really bad price for its politics.” 

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Hill tweeted on Monday that Trump was the most ignorant, offensive president of her lifetime — calling him a white supremacist who “largely surrounded himself with other white supremacists.”

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