So Friday is her last day after a rather turbulent year at the WorldWide Leader©.
The Jemele Hill saga at ESPN ends after exploding nearly a year ago, on Sept. 11, 2017.
That was when Hill called Mr. Trump “a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself [with] other white supremacists.”
Though it broke ESPN’s social media rules about commenting on politics unrelated to sports, then-network president John Skipper failed to suspend Hill.
The White House called for Hill to be fired.
She wasn’t fired, obviously.
Earlier this year, she abruptly left her low-rated 6 pm edition of “Sportscenter,” and has been largely invisible since.
A buyout of her reported $2.5 million per year contract has been completed.
It was an inevitable ending.