She called the president of the United States a "f___ing stupid person" while appearing on Viceland's talk show "Desus and Mero."
So who's the stupid person?
She tried to walk it back by claiming she was on a flu "medicine" and it caused her to say those words.
So who does she believe is stupid? Evidently, Nolan thinks the public is gullible enough to believe that garbage.
ESPN has a social media guideline and while she made the comment on a talk show, she may have realized that she'd better walk it back.
An ESPN representative told Fox News, "We have looked into the totality of Nolan's comments, they were inappropriate, and we have addressed it with her."
Yes, they told her that while they totally agree with what she said, it doesn't look good to their fanbase, most of whom voted for Trump.
And the network has other problems, like the report published last month describing the workplace there as culture of hostility and sexual misconduct toward women.
But all Nolan got was a slap on the wrist and a warning to keep it on the "down low."