Katie Nolan tests ESPN's new politics policy by calling President Trump stupid

Katie Nolan tests ESPN's new politics policy by calling President Trump stupid

Recent ESPN hire Katie Nolan blasted President Trump with some pretty disparaging remarks on Wednesday night, and her new employer is not happy.

Unlike their decision with Jemele Hill, a rep for ESPN told TMZ.com that leading sports network will not be suspending Katie Nolan for her comments.

The Nolan brouhaha is just the latest in a litany of bad press for the sports network.

Late past year, SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill was suspended for multiple violations of the network's social media policy after criticizing Trump and referring to him as a white supremacist. She previously had tweeted that Trump was a "white supremacist".

Nolan also joked about Patriots QB Tom Brady not being smart and that she was on a lot of meds for a head cold.

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The retired Navy SEAL who killed Usama bin Laden slammed two ESPN hosts for diatribes against the president of the United States.

ESPN issued revised guidelines on social media and political commentary late past year.

The revamped guidelines say employees "should refrain from overt partisanship or endorsement of particular candidates, politicians or political parties" while avoiding "personal attacks and inflammatory rhetoric".

While some people may be offended by the nature of Nolan's comments, it's unlikely that she will face any severe punishment due to the platform and tone of the appearance.

The exchange comes at the 13:30 mark in the video. You bet, said sources.

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