She stated Friday on “The View” that Chris Cuomo was “a sanctimonious tool” who ought to “grow up” and settle for the challenges of being a media character from a distinguished political household.
“If my dad had been accused of sexual assault, I would be talking about it on ‘The View’ because I’m not a snowflake and I’m not Chris Cuomo,” stated McCain, whose father was the late Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.). “I, too, love my family and love my dad, but there’s no crying in baseball.”
“If my brother was accused of sexual assault or killing old people, I’d talk about it on TV,” she added.
Cuomo apologized for advising his brother on Thursday.
“I can be objective about just any topic,” he stated. “But not about my family.”
McCain wasn’t impressed by Cuomo’s feedback — or by the truth that he apparently received’t be reprimanded for what many journalists considered to be an ethical lapse.
“CNN can’t have it both ways,” she stated. “You can’t spend hours and hours a day criticizing Fox and Fox News contributors’ and hosts’ relationship with the Trump White House and at the same time give him [Chris] a very, very slight slap on the wrist.”
You can see the entire phase under.
CHRIS CUOMO APOLOGIZES FOR ADVISING BROTHER: The CNN anchor responded to requires the community to take motion after he took half in technique conferences about allegations towards his brother New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo — the co-hosts weigh in. https://t.co/f8u2wbJuik pic.twitter.com/Udggl3zWfw
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