Apparently, disgraced New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wasn’t the one one from that corrupt clan trying to make a buck off of the coronavirus pandemic. In one other occasion of when it rains it pours, e book writer HarperCollins announced on Tuesday that they “don’t intend to publish” Chris “Fredo” Cuomo’s deliberate e book – hilariously titled Deep Denial, the place he bloviated about former President Trump and the Covid-19 pandemic.
In line with HarperCollins, Fredo’s e book was “a provocative evaluation of the tough truths that the pandemic and Trump years have uncovered about America — about our power and our character — and a street map of the work wanted to make our beliefs match actuality.”
The one one in deep denial was Fredo. Cuomo unethically yucked it up with his brother on-air and touted his dealing with of the pandemic whereas he was killing aged of us in nursing properties, then rotated and went after Andrew’s political opponents who had been dealing with it higher.
Along with Fredo getting figuratively kneecapped once more, the regular drip, drip, drip from leakers inside CNN continued Tuesday as effectively.
In line with reporting from David Rutz and Brian Flood from Fox Information, “CNN President Jeff Zucker addressed Chris Cuomo’s beautiful firing in a city corridor with staffers Tuesday, saying he was at peace with the outcome however could have in hindsight taken motion sooner.”
The duo seemingly had a collection of sources contained in the left-wing-rage community appearing as their eyes and ears:
“Sure, in hindsight he could have taken motion sooner however outcome he’s snug with,” an insider instructed Fox Information Digital about Zucker’s phrases to CNN employees.
A CNN supply instructed Fox Information Digital this week that the community had achieved the appropriate factor with Cuomo and there was “common reduction” over his dismissal inside the corporate.
“That’s separate from liking Chris or not liking Chris – it’s individuals feeling that there was a proper factor to do, and it was achieved,” the insider stated.
“A number of studies indicated Cuomo didn’t obtain a severance when he was terminated, as CNN decided the firing was for trigger,” they added.
This all comes as each Fredo and CNN had been gearing up for a legal fight over the remaining $18-20 million left on his contract.