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Watch Trump attacks ESPNs Jemele Hill with misleading tweet, Jemele Hill suspended from ESPN Video: https://youtu.be/DLbyz-g7SE4 Facebook: www.facebook.com/TREND-News-1704116056563285/ Dont forget to subscribe this channel by clicking this link. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsr81W-hCSJbxBbZ84hbRvQ?sub_confirmation=1 Description: Trump attacks ESPNs Jemele Hill with misleading tweet, Jemele Hill suspended from ESPN. President Trump attacked ESPN host Jemele Hill one day after she was suspended. ESPN suspended Hill for two weeks on Monday for criticizing Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on social media. She had said he created a problem for his players, specifically the black ones. If they dont kneel, some will see them as sellouts. Her post was in reference to Joness statement that any Dallas Cowboys player who disrespects the flag during the National Anthem will not play. Some players have taken to kneeling instead of standing during the anthem to protest police killings of African-Americans, a movement started by Colin Kaepernick, formerly of the San Francisco 49ers. On Tuesday morning, Trump questioned the NFLs massive tax breaks, then weighed in with another tweet: With Jemele Hill at the mike, it is no wonder ESPN ratings have tanked, in fact, tanked so badly it is the talk of the industry! Follow Donald J. Trump ✔@realDonaldTrump With Jemele Hill at the mike, it is no wonder ESPN ratings have tanked, in fact, tanked so badly it is the talk of the industry! 3:42 PM - Oct 10, 2017 31,137 31,137 Replies 12,981 12,981 Retweets 56,509 56,509 likes Twitter Ads info and privacy But have ESPN ratings really tanked? On Fox News and conservative talk radio, its a popular talking point that the subscriber losses are due to rampant liberal bias. But theres little evidence to support that theory. ESPN had 90 million subscribers as of September 2016, the most recent numbers it has reported. Thats down 2 million from a year earlier and down from a high of 100 million in 2010. Related: ESPN suspends Jemele Hill So the vast majority of U.S. homes continue to pay for cable, including ESPN. But as the monthly cable bundle has become more and more expensive, and streaming has become more popular, some homes have dropped the big bundles that include ESPN. Others have discontinued cable altogether and turned to streaming services. The cutbacks have put pressure on ESPN and other sports networks. To address this, ESPN is planning to roll out a direct-to-consumer streaming service next year. ESPN declined to comment. --Frank Pallotta of CNNMoney contributed to this report. Trump attacks ESPNs Jemele Hill with misleading tweet, Jemele Hill suspended from ESPN






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