He also deleted another that responded to former ESPN baseball analyst and major-league pitcher Curt Schilling's post that CNN should be called "LPNN" - the "LP" standing for "liberal propaganda" - with Giangreco's proposing to "change Fox News to Nazi News".
Also, "Trump is the most ignorant, offensive president of my lifetime".
Hill's tweet about Kid Rock spurred hundreds of responses, which eventually resulted in a discussion of the White House.
Amid subscriber losses, ESPN has increasingly been accused of pushing a "liberal" political agenda, accusations Hill has often been at the center of. Rather, the spokesperson for the president interjected her own opinion regarding the first-amendment rights and the private employment status of someone who has no official affiliation with the government.
The network was criticized for pulling broadcaster Robert Lee from calling the University of Virginia football team's home opener against William and Mary earlier this month because he shares a name with the Confederate general whose statue is at the center of unrest in Charlottesville.
The reaction to Hill's comments quickly escalated far beyond a debate over workplace protocols for social media.
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"I think that ESPN has chosen a lane politically", Whitlock said.
From inside ESPN, the public response has been tellingly restrained, employees aggrieved over the network not supporting Hill (or not suspending her) and debating how open to be.
Did ESPN handle the Jemele Hill situation properly? "Don't need your political views with my sports highlights", tweeted one user. Cord-cutting and unbundling has had an impact, no doubt.
As a homework assignment, just check out the twitter reaction to Hill's comments online today.
"That is definitely a percentage of it", Cohn said in April on New York radio show "Bernie and Sid" if viewers were tuning out because of politics, according to the New York Post.
Hill was previously suspended for one week by ESPN during the 2008 NBA Playoffs after making comments about Adolf Hitler in an article about the Boston Celtics.
The network did not elaborate on any possible punishment for Hill, and she was on Tuesday's 6 p.m. ET "SportsCenter" broadcast as usual. Detractors, though, want her fired.