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CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin, who recently took several months off amid a scandal of him own, had a front-row seat on Tuesday when Anderson Cooper awkwardly addressed the suspension of his primetime colleague Chris Cuomo, who was benched amid revelations of his deep involvement in his brother’s scandals earlier this year.

“Some news about this network,” Cooper told CNN viewers after wrapping up a discussion with the network’s top legal analyst, sidelined from last October until June over his Zoom masturbation incident, who was still visible on screen.

The article goes on to state the following:

“It involves Chris Cuomo, the host of ‘Cuomo Prime Time.’ New documents released this week indicated that Chris was more intimately involved than previously known in helping his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo craft a defense amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations,” Cooper said as the camera cut away from Toobin to focus solely on the “AC 360” host.

In a separate report, the Washington Examiner noted that CNN’s decision to suspend Cuomo shortly before his show aired left the network scrambling, as Anderson had to stay on another hour to cover his show.

According to CNN, a town hall about Covid-19 will air Wednesday night, in place of “Cuomo Prime Time.”  CNN reported:

The “Cuomo Prime Time” team had been planning for Tuesday’s broadcast up until the suspension announcement around 6:15 p.m. Eastern, a person familiar with the matter said. Cooper’s team was also blindsided by the news and left scrambling to fill the extra hour. After the news was made public, an emotional Chris Cuomo met with the show’s staff.

WATCH Anderson’s announcement below, as Toobin awkwardly sits nearby.

Executive producer of the Megyn Kelly Show, Steve Krakauer, noted the irony, tweeting, “While announcing Chris Cuomo’s indefinite suspension, Anderson Cooper was sitting next to … Jeffrey Toobin, who returned in June from an indefinite suspension.”

The fallout continues, as CNN is widely mocked for having Toobin present during the announcement.

Many are surmising that CNN will eventually bring Chris Cuomo back, just as they did Toobin.

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  1. Does anyone actually watch CNN? It’s bad enough they have zero integrity and professionalism at that network but to be suspended and brought back… do these people have the nerve to show their faces in public, never mind on tv, ever again? Who would ever watch them???!!!


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