But Mr. Trump promised that he would run the government like business. He is a businessman, not a politician. He is just practicing what he promised. What's wrong with that?
L L wrote:
I'm not going to argue whether she should be fired or not for sharing her thoughts, but the White House should certainly not be making statements about who a company should fire or not.
That is surely a violation of the first amendment.
The government cannot supress free speech.
If ESPN wants to do it, that's their call.
If other people and media outlets want to call for her firing, that's their right.
This is no place for the White House to be commenting on.