SportsCenter host Jemele Hill found herself in hot water with ESPN last month when she called Donald Trump a white supremacist on Twitter. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called Hill's comments a "fireable offense," and Trump tweeted his demand for an apology. Both ESPN and Hill responded by issuing apologies, and Hill's job remained safe. However, her delightfully fiery Twitter personality has gotten her in trouble again, and ESPN is suspending her for two weeks.
As explained in a statement shared on ESPN's PR Twitter, the company is suspending her for "a second violation of our social media guidelines."