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.
ESPN has told its personalities to refrain from commenting publicly on political matters that have no relation to sports, and to be respectful when commenting.
ESPN's newest star Katie Nolan called President Donald Trump "a f***ing stupid person" on a podcast for Viceland this week, testing the boundaries of the sports network's policies on political commentary from their on-air employees. The network adds that "they were inappropriate and we have addressed it with her".
The Nolan brouhaha is just the latest in a litany of bad press for the sports network. She previously had tweeted that Trump was a "white supremacist".
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.Читайте также: Divided UN Security Council to meet on Iran protests
The retired Navy SEAL who killed Usama bin Laden slammed two ESPN hosts for diatribes against the president of the United States. It did revise its social media guidelines, imploring its staff to steer clear of politics.
Hill made her comments in October, 2017, and was suspended by the network.
Here's the Nolan/Viceland video. Since then she's appeared on a variety of TV shows, including Hill's "The Six" and Dan Le Batard's "Highly Questionable".
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