CNN Commentator Clay Travis: '1st Amendment and Boobs' Never Let Me Down

Ruben Ruiz
September 16, 2017

"I say it live on the radio all the time because it' true and that's what I do", said Travis, who was on the show via satellite from Nashville. "Those are the two things I believe in absolutely in the country". "What did you just say?"

CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin was shocked when Fox Sports journalist Clay Travis said he only believed in two things: boobs and the First Amendment.

Baldwin then quickly cut the segment short. He digs in on his remark, saying the First Amendment and boobs are two things that have never let him down.

She added, "That was entirely inappropriate".

Reed and Travis went back and forth while a confused Baldwin attempted to make sure Travis was saying "boobs" and not "booze".

Travis makes it clear that he believes in boobs but definitely doesn't have time to respect the women attached to those boobs. And the First Amendment.

"Why would you even say that, live on national television, and with a female host?" "Why would you even go there?" she wondered. I say and write it every day. "Because I like boobs and the First Amendment, which is exactly what I said".

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He giggles a little at his own joke and tries to keep talking, but Baldwin and Reed's facial expressions show he's not getting away with that ridiculous phrase.

"I'm done. I'm sorry".

Fellow panelist Keith Reed said the segment hijacking was irrelevant, and also brought up the sexism faced by women such as Hill and Baldwin, who ended the bit. Forgive me that it took me a second.

"I just want to make sure I'm hearing you correctly", she said again: "B-O-O-Z-E or B-O-O-B-S?"

Travis said ESPN's numbers are "collapsing" and that is why Hill made her remark on Twitter, speculating that she is "begging for ESPN to fire her so she can work somewhere else".

CNN didn't immediately release a statement on Travis' comment.

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