Trainer Of Kentucky Derby Winner Grilled On Horrible Kamala Harris Tweet

Eric Reed, the coach of Kentucky Derby lengthy shot winner Loaded Strike, appeared to sidestep ESPN’s issues on Wednesday about a demeaning tweet he allegedly wrote about Vice President Kamala Harris. (Look at the video underneath.)Reed has been accused of creating a sexist slur in a Twitter reaction to former Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka, the New York Submit described.Gorka asked on social media in January, “So what particularly are Kamala’s skills?” To which an account that appears connected to Reed replied: “Heard she’s very good on her knees!!”In an interview with ESPN’s “Outside the Traces,” Reed dodged thoughts about the tweet, neither confirming nor denying it was his.“I have not seen anything at all about it,” Reed instructed the sports network’s John Barr.“Haven’t been advised about it. I do not know what is heading on out there. I’m a lot more anxious with Richie and what’s likely on with us, and this wonderful horse, and how a lot he’s serving to most people. So, there is haters out there, and that is about how I’m gonna leave anything like that.”The “Eric Reed” account from which the tweet originated, @daddyrabbit1964, claims it belongs to the “Owner of Mercury Equine Middle,” which is Reed. It also notes the account holder is a “horse trainer” and “Reagan conservative.” It is now established to private.(Picture: Twitter)(Image: Twitter)HuffPost did not instantly hear back again from the equine center.Eric Reed and Kamala Harris (Picture: Getty)Eric Reed and Kamala Harris (Photo: Getty)This posting originally appeared on HuffPost and has been up-to-date.Associated…

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