Apparently, disgraced New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wasn’t the only one from that corrupt clan looking to make a buck off of the coronavirus pandemic. In another instance of when it rains it pours, book publisher HarperCollins announced on Tuesday that they “do not intend to publish” Chris “Fredo” Cuomo’s planned book – hilariously titled Deep Denial, where he bloviated about former President Trump and the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to HarperCollins, Fredo’s book was “a provocative analysis of the harsh truths that the pandemic and Trump years have exposed about America — about our strength and our character — and a road map of the work needed to make our ideals match reality.”
The only one in deep denial was Fredo. Cuomo unethically yucked it up with his brother on-air and touted his handling of the pandemic while he was killing elderly folks in nursing homes, then turned around and went after Andrew’s political opponents who were handling it better.
In addition to Fredo getting figuratively kneecapped again, the steady drip, drip, drip from leakers inside CNN continued Tuesday as well.
According to reporting from David Rutz and Brian Flood from Fox News, “CNN President Jeff Zucker addressed Chris Cuomo’s stunning firing in a town hall with staffers Tuesday, saying he was at peace with the result but may have in hindsight taken action sooner.”
The duo seemingly had a series of sources inside the left-wing-rage network acting as their eyes and ears:
"Yes, in hindsight he may have taken action sooner but result he’s comfortable with," an insider told Fox News Digital about Zucker’s words to CNN staff.
A CNN source told Fox News Digital this week that the network had done the right thing with Cuomo and there was "universal relief" over his dismissal inside the company.
"That’s separate from liking Chris or not liking Chris – it’s people feeling that there was a right thing to do, and it was done," the insider said.
“Multiple reports indicated Cuomo did not receive a severance when he was terminated, as CNN determined the firing was for cause,” they added.
This all comes as both Fredo and CNN were gearing up for a legal fight over the remaining $18-20 million left on his contract.