CNN anchor Chris Cuomo advised his big brother, Gov. While Chris Cuomo was a regular fixture in the sessions, he did not lead them and didn’t question the women’s credibility or stories, the paper reported. Chris Cuomo told his brother to not give in to “cancel culture” by resigning. CNN did not allow Chris Cuomo to take part in the coverage of the allegations against Gov. “Obviously, I am aware of what is going on with my brother,” Chris Cuomo said on March 1 after a third accuser publicized their allegations.
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Cuomo was jabbed in March and previously infected with the virus, greatly reducing his risk of catching it again. The governor’s brother was spotted wearing a mask while driving alone in a convertible. A spokeswoman for Chris Cuomo didn’t immediately return a request for comment. While advising his brother, Chris Cuomo suggested that he not quit, lest he wind up the latest victim of “cancel culture.”Chris Cuomo provided his sibling with the political advice during strategy sessions with the executive’s lawyer and aides, violating journalistic ethics, the Washington Post revealed. Chris Cuomo — one of the network’s biggest stars, who regularly interviewed his brother at the height of the coronavirus crisis — has admitted his actions were “inappropriate.”He apologized on air Thursday night.NEW YORK POST - ‘Highly inappropriate’: Journalism group rips Chris Cuomo, CNN over strategy talks with gov bro
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo acted in a “highly inappropriate” manner by advising his big brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, about how to handle a string of sexual misconduct allegations, according to a prominent journalism organization. During those sessions, the paper reported, Chris Cuomo advised his older brother not to resign from office and depicted the governor as a would-be victim of “cancel culture.”CNN’s Chris Cuomo’s working relationship with his brother, Gov. “This is highly inappropriate for a journalist.”Chris Cuomo copped to helping his brother out in brief remarks on his CNN show Thursday night, saying: “This is no revelation. Jones stopped short of calling for Chris Cuomo to be fired from CNN, writing he didn’t know if the anchor’s behavior rose to the “egregious” level necessary for dismissal.THE HILL - Chris Cuomo advised brother Andrew Cuomo on handling sexual misconduct allegations
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo Chris CuomoCuomo investigation includes priority virus testing for family, associates: report CNN's Lemon, Cuomo to host new podcast DOJ: Arizona recount could violate civil rights laws MORE advised his brother, New York Gov. On the strategy calls, Chris Cuomo spoke with the governor, his top aide, his lawyers and his communications team, the Post reported. Chris Cuomo could not be reached for comment. That they haven't been is a black eye for Chris Cuomo, CNN and the journalism industry as a whole.”Both Chris Cuomo and CNN have been criticized for the anchor’s coverage of his brother. Those criticisms intensified after it was reported that Chris Cuomo and other members of the Cuomo family received preferential COVID-19 testing early on in the pandemic.