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Reporter Points Out Problems With Sean Hannity’s Panel Of Experts On Racism

By Mark Pygas

Jemele Hill, the anchor of ESPN’s The Six, has found herself in the middle of controversy after she took to Twitter to accuse President Donald Trump of being a "white supremacist" who is "unqualified and unfit to be president."

The comments followed Donald Trump's apparent refusal to outright condemn white supremacists in the wake of Charlottesville. In the days following the events, President Donald Trump initially said "many sides" were to blame for the violence. But following bipartisan outrage, an official White House statement later called out specific groups. 

On Wednesday, Congress sent a bipartisan resolution condemning white supremacy groups to the White House, which President Donald Trump signed.