"I'm done", Baldwin said before promptly ending the segment.
By the way, I'm on Fox News tomorrow and I promise to say I believe in the first amendment and boobs on that show just like I said it on CNN's Headline News yesterday and on my own radio show and this website for over a year.
"Why would you even say that live on national television with a female host?" "Two things that have only never let me down in this entire country's history, the First Amendment and boobs".
During a panel discussion on the Jemele Hill controversy and the White House calling her to be fired, things took an entirely different turn when sports radio host and provocateur Clay Travis pointed out that he only believes in two things fully. "What did you just say?" To triple check, she even spelled the word out. It protects Hill's right to call Trump a white supremacist, and also Travis's right to say "boobs" on television.
"I'm still there too, and I just want to make sure I'm hearing you correctly".
Baldwin then ended the segment in frustration.
"ESPN shouldn't be in the business of deciding what political opinions are appropriate and inappropriate, but when they fired Curt Schilling entirely for his political opinions almost a year and a half ago they put themselves in the business of analyzing employee speech and determining what was permissible and what was impermissible", he argued.
"You have me on to give my opinion, I'm going to give it", he said. "I love the First Amendment as well".
CNN didn't immediately release a statement on Travis' comment.