Just one day after ESPN announced the two-week suspension of Jemele Hill, No. 45 decided to give the world his unsolicited two cents on the situation:

“With Jemele Hill at the mike, it is no wonder ESPN ratings have ‘tanked,’ in fact, tanked so badly it is the talk of the industry!” Trump tweeted.

That tweet was in the midst of his NFL Twitter rant that he's launched daily for the past few weeks. This time Trump said the tax law for the NFL should change if NFL players continue to #TakeAKnee.

Back in September, Hill came under fire for calling Trump a white supremacist on Twitter. “The most ignorant, offensive president of my lifetime. His rise is a direct result of white supremacy. Period,” she tweeted. After a few days, ESPN sided against Hill, and she eventually apologized. “Twitter wasn’t the place to vent my frustrations,” Hill said in a short essay for The Undefeated.

The two-week suspension streams from the sports journalist suggesting that fans upset by Jerry Jones' comments, should boycott the Dallas Cowboys' advertisers. Reportedly Jones' said that any Cowboys player who disrespects the flag will be benched. While Jones came under fire last season when he originally instated the rule, in a phone call to ESPN, he said players "need consequences" for caving in to "peer pressure," and that "it's in the best interests of the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL and the players" to honor the flag.