Nolan mentioned that she had the flu when she made the comments.
Late a year ago, SportsCenter anchor Jemele Hill was suspended for multiple violations of the network's social media policy after criticizing Trump and referring to him as a white supremacist.
Nolan, who recently joined ESPN, made an appearance on Viceland's popular "Desus and Mero" late-night show Wednesday, and called Donald Trump a "f-ing stupid person". Nolan actually censors herself slightly, saying "back it up" before launching into the comment - one we can assume is actually the more tame version of what she really wanted to say.
She also took a random shot at Internet celebrity and "Everyday Struggle" co-host DJ Akademiks as well, who has had a past issue with Desus & Mero.
"We have looked into the totality of Nolan's comments, they were inappropriate and we have addressed it with her", Jay Jay Nesheim, ESPN's senior director of communications, said in an email to The Post.
Nolan spends much of the profanity-filled clip answering questions about her time at ESPN and various other stops in her career before turning at the 13-minute mark to talk about whether certain hand gestures signify some sort of racist code.
Back in October, ESPN's Jemele Hill was suspended for two weeks for "a second violation of ESPN's social media guidelines", after she criticizes President Trump, as well as Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, in a series of tweets. ESPN recently amended its social media guidelines, with a focus on employees avoiding politics. He is now the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports.
Sporting News reached out to ESPN, which declined to comment.