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CNN’s Alyssa Farah Griffin, Ana Navarro Go After Cuomo Brothers

During a segment on “The View,” CNN’s Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin went after the Cumo brothers, calling them egomaniacs and toxic.

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Last week an investigation into former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo resulted in the network president, Jeff Zucker, resigning after disclosing a consensual relationship with a fellow executive. 

During a segment on “The View” over the political future of former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, guest co-host CNN political commentator Alyssa Farah Griffin went after the politician and the former anchor referring to the two brothers as “egomaniacs.”

“If there’s one thing we’ve learned about the Cuomos, it’s these are egomaniacs,” Griffin said. “Yeah, that’s my — that’s what I know of both of them. I think [Andrew Cuomo] will pursue office again. I think he absolutely thinks that he’s the best, he’s wanted, there’s lane there. I hope there’s not.”

Allegations of sexual misconduct eventually led to Cuomo’s resignation last year from his governor position; meanwhile, CNN fired the former anchor for his involvement in aiding his brother. 

Fellow CNN colleague and guest co-host Ana Navarro called the situation with the two players a toxic one. 

“With all of these revelations, and it’s also a toxic workplace, it’s the bully that was going on in Albany,” Navarro said

“It’s just a bridge too far. And I liked the guy, and I thought Chris Cuomo was my friend, but there is way too much toxicity around this entire thing, and it feels like a wrath and a vendetta. It’s up to New Yorkers; I wouldn’t vote for [for Cuomo].”

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The View Officially Names Alyssa Farah Griffin, Ana Navarro Co-Hosts

Both Navarro and Griffin have been outspoken critics of former President Donald Trump.

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As expected, Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro were officially announced Thursday as permanent co-hosts of The View. Both Griffin and Navarro are CNN political commentators, a role the network says they will continue in addition to their new roles with the ABC show.

Whoopi Goldberg made the announcement during Thursday’s show. Griffin later tweeted “humbled and honored” to join the show.

Navarro simply tweeted “See you at the table in September for Season 26!”

Both Navarro and Griffin have been outspoken critics of former President Donald Trump. Griffin worked for the 45th President as the White House Communications Director until December of 2020. Navarro, a Republican strategist and commentator, has been a contributor to The View for nearly three years and has often spoken out against Trump as recently as Wednesday compared Trump’s presidency as a disaster that compared to the sinking of the Titanic, The Challenger explosion, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

The View had been in search of a permanent conservative voice since Meghan McCain departed.

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Former TV Executive John Severino Dies At 85

He served as the Vice President and General Manager of WLS-TV in Chicago, as well as with ABC in Los Angeles and New York.

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Former television news executive John Severino has died. He was 85.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Severino died at his home in Los Angeles Wednesday.
Credited with creating the “Eyewitness News” format, he served as the Vice President and General Manager of WLS-TV in Chicago, as well as with ABC in Los Angeles and New York.

Later, he was the President of the television station division of CBS, where he had oversight of each of the network’s owned and operated stations.

He also worked with Prime Ticket — the cable outlet created by Lakers owner Jerry Buss in the mid-1980s — which aired Los Angeles Lakers and Kings games.

He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Sally, his sons Mark and David, eight grandchildren, and brother Larry.

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Eric Bolling: Fox News Turned Their Back on Donald Trump

Bolling raised the possibility on his show that Fox News has turned its back on former President Donald Trump.

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Even though the 2024 U.S. Presidential Election is more than two years away, some cable news channels seem to align themselves with their favorite candidate.

On Tuesday, Newsmax TV host Eric Bolling raised the possibility that Fox News has turned its back on former President Donald Trump. His statement came after a picture surfaced showing FNC host Tucker Carlson enjoying a laugh with Trump at his golf course in New Jersey.

“The Balance” host asked his viewers to caption the photo while surmising what Trump and Carlson were laughing over.

“We’ve all seen the trend,” Bolling stated. “Remember that highly produced Fox News package clearly showing only pro-Ron DeSantis supporters while highlighting anti-Trumpers?”

Bolling suggested “something” is going on at Fox News and said that the anti-Trump sentiment is easy to detect.

“In other words, folks, things are not always what they seem to be.” 

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