You won’t be seeing Chris Cuomo on CNN for at least a week. He says that it is a preplanned vacation. And while he is gone, who do you suppose will be his replacement of sorts while he is gone. AOC.
CNN will air part one in a series called “Being AOC.” That confuses me. How could a conversation with her that covers everything she knows would be shorter than your average commercial?
I guess they will have her discuss what she has no clue about. Now, a series like that could last for years. It would be funnier than Seinfeld.
Just think about it. She is always advocating for defunding the police. They could have an episode where she has an intruder inside her home and she calls the police, but no one comes. “Defunders” say they are safer when there are no police around and the police did not want to make her feel unsafe.
The press release stated:
In the first episode, [CNN host Dana] Bash speaks to Representative Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, who gives one of her most personal on-camera interviews to date, opening up about her unique perspective on power and femininity, what drives her, and how threats against her and her previous experience with sexual assault impacted her perspective on January 6th.
Meanwhile, many people are wondering if Cuomo is going to get fired and disappointing his dozens of fans.
CNN previously admonished Cuomo for participating in a phone conversation looking for ways to save his brother’s job as governor of New York. Cuomo apologized for that, somewhat anyway.
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The timing of the vacation just so happened to conveniently coincide with growing demands for Gov. Cuomo to resign or be impeached and Chris Cuomo to be fired from CNN.
After New York Attorney General Letitia James announced this week that Gov. Cuomo had violated state and federal laws by sexually harassing nearly a dozen women, a report detailing the evidence against Gov. Cuomo revealed the role that Chris Cuomo played in helping his brother navigate the scandal. In fact, as NBC News noted, a statement released by Gov. Cuomo in February addressing the allegations “mirrored, nearly word for word,” an email that Chris Cuomo had sent to Gov. Cuomo’s then-chief of staff just prior to the statement’s publication.