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Anchor Chris Cuomo was suspended indefinitely by CNN for his brother scandal | CNN anchor | Cuomo | Governor of New York

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[Epoch Times December 01, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Li Xin compiled a report) CNN announced on Tuesday (November 30) that because its anchor Chris Cuomo was in Helping his brother to deal with the alleged misconduct in the process of sexual assault has suspended his work indefinitely.

Chris is the younger brother of former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. The 56th governor of New York State has been in power for 10 years and is one of the longest-term governors in the United States. In August of this year, he resigned due to a sexual harassment scandal.

According to CNN, after a new document disclosed that Chris had misbehaved in the process of helping his brother, the media decided to suspend Chris’ work “indefinitely” and “wait for further evaluation.”

According to the report, Chris declined to comment.

The media announced that on Tuesday night, the broadcast time of the CNN news analysis program “Cuomo Prime Time” (Cuomo Prime Time) will be changed to another hour of the news program “Anderson Cooper 360” (Anderson Cooper 360). °).

CNN said that the announcement of this decision was a shock wave for cable news. Chris Cuomo’s 9pm show is the highest-rated time of the day on CNN, and he has an extraordinary influence on cable news.

CNN stated that Chris Cuomo decided to stay on CNN after his brother resigned due to the sexual assault scandal. But the new documents released on Monday showed that the senior news reporter was more deeply involved in the scandal of his brother than previously known by CNN executives.

The report said that when the accusers began to disclose their stories, Chris tried to use his relationship in the press to help his brother, then the governor of New York’s team, prepare.

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