In December, ESPN's front-facing employees attended a mandatory meeting at the company's headquarters in Bristol, Conn., to discuss the network's future and review its new policies on social media and political commentary.
During an appearance this week on Viceland's "Desus & Mero" program, ESPN's Katie Nolan called President Trump a "stupid person". The suggestion was made that a thumbs-up means "white power" and that Trump often uses it.
O'Neill also ripped ESPN boxing commentator Max Kellerman for declaring that the Houston Astros baseball team made a "grave error" in accepting a White House invitation.
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The sports network said it addressed the matter with Nolan, but it will not punish her beyond that, TMZ reported Friday.
Her "stupid" comment caused a stir on social media, as observers wondered if she would be suspended over her comment about the president.
But Nolan's comments don't technically violate the social media guidelines since they were not delivered on social media. In October the network suspended SC-6 host Jemele Hill for two weeks for calling for fans to boycott Dallas Cowboys advertisers.
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Whether Nolan faces any punishment remains to be seen and ESPN declined comment to Sporting News.
ESPN's new guidelines say employees "should refrain from overt partisanship or endorsement of particular candidates, politicians or political parties" while avoiding "personal attacks and inflammatory rhetoric".
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