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Sport Katie Nolan seemingly flouts ESPN protocol, calls Donald Trump 'stupid'

20:56  05 january  2018
20:56  05 january  2018 Source:   msn.com

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" Katie Nolan , a recent ESPN hire, may find herself in hot water for seemingly flouting network policy by calling That’s because he is a (expletive) stupid person.” Nolan seemingly put ESPN in a tough spot for her candid comments on Trump . In the wake of a substantial controversy that reached

Katie Nolan , a recent ESPN hire, may find herself in hot water for seemingly flouting network policy by calling President Donald Trump a “(expletive) Nolan , making an appearance this week on Viceland’s late-night show, “Desus & Mero,” hammered Trump during a segment about whether the

person wearing a red shirt© Katrina Barber/Getty Images Katie Nolan, a recent ESPN hire, may find herself in hot water for seemingly flouting network policy by calling President Donald Trump a “(expletive) stupid person.”

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Katie Nolan , a recent ESPN hire, may find herself in hot water for seemingly flouting network policy by calling President Donald Trump a "(expletive) stupid person.".

Katie Nolan ’s rise in the sports media industry has been fueled by her willingness to passionately speak her mind about controversial topics. Nolan , who recently joined ESPN , made an appearance on Viceland’s popular “Desus and Mero” late-night show Wednesday, and called Donald Trump a

Nolan, making an appearance this week on Viceland’s late-night show, “Desus & Mero,” hammered Trump during a segment about whether the “thumbs-up” gesture is now a racist symbol “because Trump always does this (thumbs up) with his thing,” said co-host Desus (video — containing explicit language — can be found here).

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“That’s because he’s a [bleep],” Nolan said. “Back it up. Back it up. That’s because he is a (expletive) stupid person.”

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Katie Nolan could be putting ESPN 's new political policy to the test by calling President Donald Trump a "f- stupid person.” 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

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Nolan seemingly put ESPN in a tough spot for her candid comments on Trump. In the wake of a substantial controversy that reached all the way to the White House, “SportsCenter” host Jemele Hill was publicly reprimanded by the network after calling Trump a “white supremacist” on Twitter. Trump called on ESPN to fire Hill in the wake of her comments.

The fallout from the Hill controversy ushered in an updated, more restrictive social media policy, which states in part: “Commentaries on relevant sports-related issues are appropriate, but we should refrain from overt partisanship or endorsement of particular candidates, politicians or political parties.”

Regarding Nolan, “the sense is the brass at Bristol will give her a pass,” per the Sporting News, due to the late-night, freewheeling nature of the program on which she was appearing when stating her unflattering opinion of Trump.

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