DAILYKENN.com -- President Donald Trump is pushing back after some Republicans came to the defense of CNN presenter, Chris Cuomo.
Cuomo came to near blows with a man who called him "Fredo." The bizarre incident was captured on video. Cuomo claimed the name is a pejorative to Italians and is akin to the n-world.
It always happens! When a Conservative does even a fraction of what Chris Cuomo did with his lunatic ranting, raving, & cursing, they get destroyed by the Fake News. But when a Liberal Democrat like Chris Cuomo does it, Republicans immediately come to his defense. We never learn!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 13, 2019
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Republicans are once again taking up for someone who doesn’t give a rat’s tail for them or anything for which they stand.
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo found himself in a near-beatdown a few nights ago when some trolls labeled him “Fredo” — which is pulled from “The Godfather” movies.
Cuomo seemingly wanted to fight the guys in the video for calling him out of his name.
All day on Tuesday, people on social media made fun of the CNN anchor, who claimed that the use of the name “Fredo” was akin to the N word for blacks.
President Donald Trump even made fun early on Tuesday morning — but Republicans pushed back on the response against Cuomo.
Trump had a few words to say on Tuesday night about the situation and about the spine of Republicans in general.
“It always happens! When a conservative does even a fraction of what Chris Cuomo did with his lunatic ranting, raving, & cursing, [that person gets] destroyed by the fake news,” Trump tweeted.
“But when a liberal democrat like Chris Cuomo does it, Republicans immediately come to his defense. We never learn!”
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