"You believe in the First Amendment and B-double-O-B-S?" she said.
That sound you just heard was left wing fauxragers losing their minds and screaming as they pull their hair out over me helping to save boobs and end breast cancer and probably win a Nobel Prize too. It protects Hill's right to call Trump a white supremacist, and also Travis's right to say "boobs" on television.
Baldwin cut Travis off, asking, "I just wanted to make sure I heard you correctly as a woman anchoring this show, what did you just say?"
Baldwin responded incredulously, questioning what Travis had said. "I believe completely in the First Amendment and in boobs".
During a discussion between the two and sportswriter Keith Reed about the Jemele Hill situation at ESPN, Travis proudly proclaimed "I believe in the First Amendment and boobs". "Those are the only two things I believe 100% in this country".
Baldwin again attempted to get Travis to clarify what he said. "Why would you even go there?"
Travis later added that he "triggered" CNN with his views, adding that he says it every day on his own program.
CNN host Brooke Baldwin questioned Travis on what the final word was thinking he meant "booze" or something else, and repeatedly asked for a clarification before ending the segment early and apologizing for Travis' comments. The guy loves boobs.
That's not relevant to the topic, Reed informed Travis, and shortly after that, Baldwin ended the debate.
Reed jumped in, trying to steer the conversation back on track. "One of the things that Jemele's had to deal with her entire career and many women who I have been friends with in this business for a long time is sexism, blatant sexism, comments about her appearance, comments about her racially, comments about her inability or perceived inability to be able to comment on sports because of her gender".
"I'm done", she says.
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.