#NaziBucketChallenge Trends on Twitter as Folks Declare Trump a ‘White Supremacist’


One of the biggest media stories this week has revolved around ESPN host Jemele Hill calling President Donald Trump a “white supremacist.”

Since taking to Twitter to deliver those comments, Hill was reprimanded by the network and has been the target of conservative outrage. And after White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders called for the SportsCenter anchor to be fired earlier this week, Trump demanded that ESPN apologize to him.

While there has been quite a bit of anger directed Hill’s way, she has also experienced a lot of support, with some wondering aloud what exactly was wrong with Hill’s declaration about Trump. And now it appears that the public support for Hill is growing

The hashtag #NaziBucketChallenge is now trending on Twitter as a way to show solidarity with Hill as Twitter users are giving their bios while declaring the president a “white supremacist.”

Below are some of the tweets using the hashtag:

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