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Trump Mocks CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo Over The Viral Encounter With A Heckler

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President Trump took to Twitter this morning to mock CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, who became an online sensation last night after a video which surfaced Monday evening, shows the CNN anchor flipping out on an individual who referred to him as “Fredo” 

President Trump, eager for any chance to smear a prominent member of the fake news media who is known for being critical Trump’s administration, the President jumped on the bandwagon and rubbed salt in the wound by calling him “Fredo” as well and mocking his “low ratings,”

I thought Chris was Fredo also. The truth hurts. Totally lost it! Low ratings @CNN-Trump tweeted and shared the viral video.

Would Chris Cuomo be given a Red Flag for his recent rant? Filthy language and a total loss of control. He shouldn’t be allowed to have any weapon. He’s nuts! – Trump tweeted later.

In an ironic move equivalent to something you might see in an Italian mobster movie like, say, “The Godfather,” CNN anchor and host Chris Cuomo threatened to throw a random man down the stairs on Sunday after the unnamed man approached him in public and referred to him by a nickname plucked from “The Godfather.”

Now that we know Fredo gets triggered when called Fredo we will be sure to always refer to him as Fredo especially if we can ruin a live shot when Fredo is on the air.


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  1. Dear Chris Cuomo,
    I fail to comprehend how a fictional character’s name is the equivalent of using the “N” word, that’s been used by disgusting people for centuries.
    If you truly feel so strongly about an invented character, in a movie, that glorified the Italian Mafia, and have the nerve to place it into a category, that truly did oppress millions of people for centuries, perhaps it’s not us who have the problem.

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