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Now that his Cleveland Cavaliers are winning again, LeBron James is turning his attention back to President Donald Trump, whom he hates with a passion. During an appearance on UNINTERRUPTED's "Rolling with the Champion" segment, hosted ESPN's Cari Champion, LeBron said President Trump does not "give a f--- about the people."

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Cari Champion and Jemele Hill attend the Black Panther Hollywood Premiere

SportsCenter anchor Cari Champion (left) and blogger Jemele Hill, both 42, attended the West Coast premiere of Black Panther, held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. As you know, Ms. Hill was demoted from SportsCenter's 'The 6' after she violated company policy on more than one occasion.

Hill was suspended in October for her tweets on the NFL protests. She now blogs for ESPN's the Undefeated.

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Jemele Hill

Jemele Hill is denying reports that she was demoted from SportsCenter and downgraded to blogging for ESPN's the Undefeated.

In a lengthy statement on Twitter.com, the outspoken former sports anchor claimed she is leaving SportsCenter because she asked to be a blogger.

"I have a few things to say," Hill tweeted on Saturday.

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Jemele Hill

Outspoken ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill has been booted from her high-profile gig at ESPN's SportsCenter 'The 6'.

The news comes after the 41-year-old sports anchor was suspended by ESPN in October for badmouthing President Donald Trump and for urging her Twitter.com followers to boycott Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' sponsors.

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ESPN sports anchor Jemele Hill bit off more than she could chew when she objected to a statement by Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones.

ESPNS says Hill, 41, crossed the line when she urged her followers to boycott Jones' sponsors after he said he wouldn't tolerate any of his players disrespecting the American flag.

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ESPN tried to kick sports anchor Jemele Hill off the air after she called President Trump a "white supremacist" in a tweet, but her co-host (and former lover) Michael Smith refused to host "SportsCenter" without her.

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For weeks there were rumors about an upcoming round of layoffs at ESPN. The sports network is bleeding cable subscribers due to its radical leftwing agenda that rubbed mostly conservative sports fans the wrong way.

ESPN's layoffs were expected to bring surprises, as anchors and field personnel alike sweat bullets wondering whose head was on the chopping block.

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Nick Young Robert Flores

ESPN anchor Robert Flores is not a fan of Aussie "rapper" Iggy Azalea. The anchor for ESPN's SportsCenter and ESPNEWS was reporting on Young's near-death experience with a Dolphin. Afterwards, Flores quipped "While dolphins are trying to kill you, your girlfriend's trying to kill hip hop."

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Stuart Scott

Former ESPN Anchor Stuart Scott died Sunday morning following a long battle with cancer. He was 49.

Scott was diagnosed with appendiceal cancer (cancer of the appendix) after he underwent an emergency appendectomy in 2007. An appendectomy is a surgical procedure to remove an inflamed and painful appendix. This condition is called appendicitis.

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Tony Wylie

It's difficult enough for black men to ascend into the upper echelons of NFL management. The black VP of communications for the Washington Redskins might be out of a job after he embarrassed the football franchise on national TV last night.

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Michael Sam Oprah

When Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones announced he would sign gay football player Michael Sam to the Cowboys practice squad, many observers believed it was a football decision. Now we know it wasn't.

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Michael Sam

Michael Sam will probably never play another down in the NFL -- and he has no one to blame but himself.

Sam, a 24-year-old SEC Defensive Player of the year out of Missouri, announced his homosexuality in February, leading many to believe it was a calculated attempt on his part to boost his chances at the NFL draft in May. Being an SEC standout was no guarantee that Sam would be drafted at all. Even more suspect was the fact that Sam apparently inked a deal with Oprah OWN Network to film a reality TV series before he was even drafted. Then there was the wedding cake incident when Sam tongue kissed his feminine boyfriend on national TV on draft day. ESPN's cameras were there to film the 7th round draft pick licking icing off his boyfriend's face.

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Michael Sam kiss

Yesterday was the end of the road for many unlucky NFL rookies who were cut from their NFL team's roster. One football player who survived the first round of cuts is openly gay Michael Sam, the Southeastern Conference defensive player of the year who hoped to ensure his spot on a NFL team by announcing his homosexuality before the draft.

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Stephen A Smith

ESPN's outspoken analyst Stephen A. Smith apologized profusely for telling battered women to stop provoking their abusers.

He went one step further during Monday's segment of ESPN2's "First Take," calling his statements the "most egregious of my career."

Smith made his controversial statements during ESPN's "First Take" on Friday.

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