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Donald Trump: Chris Cuomo Suspension Is Great News for TV Viewers

Many are commenting on Chris Cuomo’s suspension, including the former president. 

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The news regarding CNN’s decision to suspend their anchor Chris Cuomo following the release of transcripts by New York Attorney General Letitia James detailed the extent of his aid to his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was the top story around the media Wednesday. 

Cuomo dealt with sexual harassment accusations made against him, resulting in the CNN anchor assisting his brother with the fallout. Many are commenting on the matter, including former President Donald Trump. 

Trump stated that the indefinite suspension from CNN is “great news for television viewers.” 

“The big question is, was it because of his horrendous ratings, which in all fairness have permeated CNN and MSDNC, or was it because his brother is no longer Governor?” Trump wrote in a statement. “Probably both.”

CNN provided their statement on issuing the suspension to Cuomo following the release of the transcripts. 

“The documents, which we were not privy to before their public release, raise serious questions. When Chris admitted to us that he had offered advice to his brother’s staff, he broke our rules, and we acknowledged that publicly. But we also appreciated the unique position he was in and understood his need to put family first and job second,” the network said.

“However, these documents point to a greater level of involvement in his brother’s efforts than we previously knew. As a result, we have suspended Chris indefinitely, pending further evaluation.”

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Greg Gutfeld: Mainstream Media Helps Create Copycat Shooters

Gutfeld accused the mainstream media of creating conflict to drive ratings and keep viewers hooked.

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Fox News late-night host Greg Gutfeld accused the mainstream media of creating conflict to drive ratings and keep viewers hooked. 

In a scathing monologue Wednesday, Gutfeld said media outlets take tragedies like mass shootings and drag them out for weeks,, which creates copycat shootings.  

“They can take a very confusing veteran’s bill and turn it into a fight between people who love veterans and people who want them to die,” Gutfeld said via Fox News Digital.

Gutfeld cited a survey from the University of Pennsylvania that revealed that cable news is more polarizing now than in the last ten years. 

“So, this polarization in the media, the researchers claim that it really exploded after: A) the election of Donald Trump, B) the election of Donald Trump, C) all of the above, D) eggs? Apparently, you know the answer.” 

“Now, let’s be clear, when they say networks split from one another after the election, that’s B.S. We were far from being on the same page; prior to Trump, they always presented a uniformly left-wing opinion, no matter what we did,” added Gutfeld.  

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Ana Navarro: Kansas Declined Abortion Ban Since Republicans Have Mistresses

Navarro joined Don Lemon on Wednesday’s edition of “Don Lemon Tonight,” where she speculated why voters protected abortion rights in Kansas.

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CNN contributor Ana Navarro joined Don Lemon on Wednesday’s edition of “Don Lemon Tonight,” where she speculated why voters protected abortion rights in Kansas. 

Lemon discussed that vote with Navarro, wanting to pinpoint why a state that leans on the conservative side opted to protect rather than stringent abortion bans.

“Because Republicans like their rights, too,” Navarro said, per Mediaite. “Because Republicans have young girls, young daughters who get pregnant, too. Because Republicans have mistresses.”

“Because this is not an issue that is one side or the other. And because this is an issue where people have had rights for 50 years, and taking out a right is one of the most difficult things you can do after people have got used to that right.”

“The View” co-host emphasized that Kansas has not voted for a Democrat “in all of our lifetime.” Lemon pushed back, saying Republicans tend to oppose abortions. Still, Navarro hit back at the CNN host, pointing out the cheating some politicians on the right commit. 

“There are there are congresspeople right now, your — Republican U.S. congresspeople, people who were pro, anti-abortion, who it was revealed had sent their girlfriends to have abortions,” Navarro said. “There are many, many people who are incredibly double-faced and hypocritical when it comes to this.”

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Tucker Carlson, Jon Stewart Exchange Jabs

“That’s Jon Stewart?” Carlson asked.

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson and former late-night host Jon Stewart find themselves in a war of words. On Thursday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the host took jabs at the comedian. 

Stewart made his rounds on news media outlets to discuss the PACT Act, which Republicans held up in the Senate at the time. The bill is something the comedian is emotional about, as the comedian attempts to help veterans affected by burn pits while in service. 

Nonetheless, Carlson took shots at Stewart for his height, saying what had happened to the former late-night host all these years. 

“That’s Jon Stewart?” Carlson asked. “The famous Jon Stewart looks like a homeless mental patient. He’s shrieking and disheveled, and very short. Really short. Too short to date. Was he always that short? What happened? Where’s he been the last seven years?”

It didn’t take long for the former “Daily Show” host to respond as he took to Twitter to respond to the remarks made by Carlson in a joking tone. 

“Friends. Tonite I am sad,” Stewart tweeted. “@TuckerCarlson believes me too short to date…and yet somehow, miraculously, I remain tall enough to not know what Victor Orban’s a– tastes like! Is it goulash Tucky? Seems like it would be goulash.”

The rift between the two news media members dates back to 2004 when the comedian appeared on CNN’s Crossfire and poked fun at Carlson for wearing a bow tie during the tense exchange. 

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