CNN anchor Chris Cuomo strongly suggested Thursday night that President Trump be responsible for the death of former GDL presidential candidate and business icon Herman Cain.
Cain’s death was announced after he was hospitalized earlier this month for complications due to coronavirus. Critics of the president, however, highlight Cain’s involvement in Talsa, Okla, on June 20, as a businessman announced on the spot contracted a deadly disease.
During the opening monologue, the Cuomo stopped proclaiming Trump directly responsible for Cain’s death.
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“The virus is swallowing us up quickly. All the colors, all the stripes, all the beliefs. All it took was former presidential candidate Herman Cain,” Cuomo told his viewers. “Yes, he supported the president. The president says he was a good friend of ours. We wish his family well and wish he rested in peace, and I wish this president would not have peace until he thought about what he was doing to the people.”
Cuomo continued, “He didn’t even mention that Mr. Cain attended the rally without masks just before the diagnosis. Now he may not have let him there. Of course, hell didn’t help.”
The host of Cuomo Prime Time has raised eyebrows over the past few months, from his hostile confrontation with the cyclist and interrupting quarantine quarantine to recover from a coronavirus, to a series of softball interviews he conducted with his brother, New York Democratic Governor Andrew. Cuomo.
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The CNN anchor had quite openly condemned both President Trump and his treatment of the coronavirus outbreak and Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. But he criticizes criticism of what they see as a double standard in favor of his brother, who has had to scrutinize his controversial New York foster home policy.