Chris Cuomo Gets His Ass Handed To Him On National TV


CNN’S Chris Cuomo isn’t having the best way ever. The American people are sick and tired of the constant fake news being reported by the failed network. Every time someone goes on there with facts, people like Cuomo tend to twist the truth and try to make anyone that doesn’t think like him look stupid. Well, the tables have turned, and Cuomo is the one looking stupid. His father was an anti-semite piece of trash, and so is his brother.


CNN host Chris Cuomo and Virginia Senate candidate Corey Stewart (R) sparred Wednesday night in a heated interview that focused on Stewart’s affiliation with white nationalists.

Stewart appeared on “Cuomo Prime Time” one day after he secured the Republican nomination to challenge Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) in November’s midterm election.

The two men frequently shouted over each other in the interview, with Cuomo repeatedly calling out Stewart’s refusal to condemn white nationalists.

“Don’t blame me for being extreme left. Or being some antifa fool,” Cuomo said. “It’s your attempt to deny the facts.”

“This is the biggest joke I’ve heard in a long time,” Stewart shot back. 

n the segment, Cuomo presented Stewart with a timeline that detailed the candidate’s ties to two notable white nationalists.

Cuomo highlighted that Stewart previously referred to Paul Nehlen — an anti-Semitic, white nationalist candidate running for Congress in Wisconsin — as his “hero.”

Cuomo also noted that Richard Hines, who has espoused white nationalist views, endorsed Stewart in his campaign for governor last year.

Stewart on Wednesday asserted he doesn’t agree with those men’s views, but did not disavow the endorsements. 

“I take support from whoever wants to give it to me, that does not mean I support their views,” Stewart said. “I do not want to have anything to do with anyone who is racist and bigoted or anti-Semitic.

“I do like you but you’re far left and you’re not fair,” he told Cuomo after a couple minutes of crosstalk.

“You didn’t rebut a single factual assertion tonight. Cuomo responded. “And yet the president of the United States thinks you should be the senator for Virginia.”

“When you’re losing the argument you know what you do, you know what the left does? You play the race card,” Stewart retorted.

Stewart won the GOP primary in Virginia on Tuesday night, narrowly edging out the more moderate state Del. Nick Freitas.

Trump congratulated Stewart on his victory, but stopped short of offering an endorsement in a tweet on Wednesday morning.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), meanwhile, has no plans to endorse Stewart, the group’s chairman said Wednesday. The Hill


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