Chris Cuomo has been terminated by CNN effective immediately, according to a CNN article posted Saturday evening, December 4, 2021.
Chris Cuomo was indefinitely suspended from CNN on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 for using journalistic resources while secretly attempting to help his brother, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo defend sexual allegation.
“Chris Cuomo was suspended earlier this week pending further evaluation of new information that came to light about his involvement with his brother’s defense. We retained a respected law firm to conduct the review, and have terminated him, effective immediately.”
The CNN statement on Saturday, December 4, 2021 also referred to “additional information [that] has come to light” during the review of the Chris Cuomo investigation, according to CNN Business.
The details of the additional information were not initially available.
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