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David Clarke, former sheriff of Milwaukee County, joined "Fox & Friends" today to react to the controversy surrounding ESPN anchor Jemele Hill.

Earlier this week, Hill, who hosts "SportsCenter," Hill tweeted that President Donald Trump is a "white supremacist" who is "unfit and unqualified" to be commander-in-chief.

ESPN said Hill's comments do not represent the position of the network, but they took no disciplinary action against her.

"This term 'racism' is thrown around so much it doesn't even have any meaning anymore," Clarke said. "It's been so diluted. Everybody's a 'bigot,' everybody's a 'racist,' everybody's a 'fascist.'"

He said it's disastrous when sports start to drift into politics, but negative consequences only happen to individuals who express opinions that are right-leaning or politically incorrect.

He pointed out that former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling was fired from his analyst position by the network when he retweeted a meme that was deemed offensive to the LGBTQ community.

"There's a double-standard on the left. We all know that," Clarke said.

Clarke, who knows the president well, added that Trump is the furthest thing from a white supremacist or racist.

"It's so far from the truth it's unbelievable," Clarke said. "I think America knows. They know where his heart's at."

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