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Jemele Hill To MSNBC’s Al Sharpton: Trump Uses ‘Racial Pornography’ To Stoke His Base

A suspension, nor an update to the social media policy can stop Jemele Hill from speaking about politics. It was just last year when Hill made waves on social media by referring to Donald Trump as a “white supremacist” on Twitter, which prompted Trump to attack her and ESPN right back. Even the White House Press […]
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