(FOX NEWS) -- ESPN's outspoken anti-Trump personality Jemele Hill appeared on ABC News’ “The View” Wednesday to double down on her infamous tweet in which she called President Trump a “white supremacist,” saying she stands by her comment.
“I probably did what you shouldn’t do when you feel emotional, a little angry, which is go to Twitter. And I got into a dialogue… obviously everybody has seen the tweets, you know what I said,” Hill said. “I did not expect in that moment that it was going to become what it became... it leads to the president personally calling me out.”
Hill told the panel on “The View” that she stands by what she said, but she doesn’t think “his supporters are white supremacists” as a whole.
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