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Travis is now crowing on his Twitter feed about having just sexually harassed Baldwin. Is Fox Sports okay with this

Travis is now crowing on his Twitter feed about having just sexually harassed Baldwin. Is Fox Sports okay with this

- Clay Travis (@ClayTravis)You can't say you like the first amendment and boobs? Of course, as you can see below, his entire point was overshadowed by his decision to bring boobs into the mix, apropos of nothing. To which Travis missed the obvious answer: Because you invited me?

"Boobs", he repeated helpfully.

Travis' comments were widely condemned while special praise was reserved for Baldwin, who didn't let Travis get away with the "joke".

Travis then wrote an article for his sports blog, OutkickTheCoverage.com, with the headline "I Love The First Amendment and Boobs" along with a picture of a woman in a bikini top.

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I'm a First Amendment absolutist and believe in two things completely: the first amendment and boobs, and so...

While Travis didn't want Hill to be fired because he "believes in the first amendment", he didn't like the way ESPN worded their statement.

When she once again asked him to clarify whether he was saying "boobs" or "booze", he confirmed the former. And he said so, loudly and proudly, on Brooke Baldwin's CNN show this afternoon.

"I said boobs. I believe completely in the 1st Amendment and boobs", he said, raising his count to five.

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"Why would you say that live on national television, and with a female host?" They were talking about ESPN's Jemele Hill, who tweeted that President Trump was a "white supremacist", which triggered calls to fire her.

Baldwin then ended the segment in frustration. Live television happens and you think you hear something, but you're not really sure. He voices his support for Hill and Baldwin as women in their careers. Hill was not fired and ESPN offered an apology, but did not take her off air.

Travis also said he has a scheduled interview on Fox News, where he has been a recurring commenter, where he promises to repeat the line.

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