Katie Nolan tests ESPN's new politics policy by calling President Trump stupid

Katie Nolan tests ESPN's new politics policy by calling President Trump stupid

Katie Nolan tests ESPN's new politics policy by calling President Trump stupid

ESPN's Katie Nolan appeared on the best show on late night, Vice's Desus and Mero, on Wednesday.

During a discussion about white supremacists and the hand gestures supposedly associated with them, Nolan remarks (around the 13-minute mark) that President Trump uses the thumbs-up emoji because he's "stupid".

O'Neill also ripped ESPN boxing commentator Max Kellerman for declaring that the Houston Astros baseball team made a "grave error" in accepting a White House invitation.

Another ESPN personality had some unkind words for President Donald Trump, and she has been reprimanded by the network.

The former "Garbage Time" host then said Trump frequently gives a thumbs up because he's a "stupid person".

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The Nolan brouhaha is just the latest in a litany of bad press for the sports network.

ESPN declined to comment to Sporting News about Nolan when the situation was brought up to them.

ESPN previously took action against one of their employees, Jemele Hill, after the SportsCenter host called Trump a white supremacist and tweeted about how to boycott sponsors who support Jerry Jones and the Cowboys.

Nolan was hired by ESPN in October after previously working for Fox Sports. After sharing her thoughts about her new role at ESPN, where she's only been since last October after four years with Fox Sports, the topic quickly switched to Trump. Calling it her "Flu Game", the under-the-weather Nolan talked about everything from Tom Brady's intelligence, her first few days at ESPN, and even other people in media like Jason Whitlock.

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