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Colin Kaepernick Supports ESPN Host Who Called Trump A White Supremacist

Colin Kaepernick is standing with Jemele Hill after the ESPN host fired off a series of tweets in which she called Donald Trump a white supremacist Monday night.

The controversial quarterback, whose currently unemployed, voiced his support for “The Six” co-host on Tuesday night with one tweet of his own.

“We are with you @jemelehill,” Kaepernick said in the tweet.

Kaepernick made no reference to Hill’s tweets specifically, but given the amount of controversy they caused, it’s probably safe to assume he was supporting those aimed at the president.

ESPN released a statement Tuesday afternoon disavowing Hill’s remarks and stated that they have addressed her actions, but didn’t comment on any further disciplinary action from the network.

“The comments on Twitter from Jemele Hill regarding the President do not represent the position of ESPN,” the sports network’s public relations department said in the statement. “We have addressed this with Jemele and she recognizes her actions were inappropriate.”

 

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