Philip Lewis, Front Page Editor at Huffington Post, explains why Jemele Hill's suspension from ESPN is a result of the company's outdated social media policy. He says the policy hasn't been updated since 2011 and doesn't allow anchors to do certain things, like break news, that they are doing now without penalty. He talks about how it's dangerous for President Trump to go after ESPN anchor Jemele Hill because of his own commentary on Twitter. Lewis says ESPN needs to figure out whether anchors can use social media to report. Plus, he predicts what we'll see in NFL protests over the next few weeks.