Don’t make Fredo angry..
You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo went on a tirade on his show after President Donald Trump essentially trolled he and the fake news media with Goya products.
Well it's great to see that Chris Cuomo believes we should be taking this pandemic seriously.
Maybe he can send a memo to his past self to do the same, rather than joke around about his brother getting a Covid test with a giant q-tip...
Fredo wasn't the only person triggered over at CNN.
A number of his fellow anchors partook in the fun.
Our pals at Fox News have more:
CNN's most prominent anchors took turns trashing President Trump on Wednesday for expressing his support for Goya products amid the boycott fueled by prominent Democrats.
Conservatives have been rallying behind the iconic food company after its president Bob Unanue received backlash for praising Trump at the White House last week, saying the country is “truly blessed” to have a president like Trump.
Democrats like New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and former Obama HUD Secretary Julián Castro were among those who called for a boycott of Goya products.
Following his daughter Ivanka Trump, who on Tuesday shared a picture on Twitter of herself holding a can of Goya black beans, the president followed suit on Instagram and shared a picture of himself in the Oval Office giving two thumbs up behind a spread of the company's products on the Resolute Desk.
However, the gesture did not sit well at the anti-Trump network.
"When you want aggressive leadership pushing a nationwide testing and contact tracing program to contain and then end the pandemic but instead get bupkes," CNN anchor Jake Tapper reacted on Twitter.
Anderson Cooper kicked off his show Wednesday night with a blistering monologue filled with condemnation and insults.
"Thumbs up. Orange. Grinning like he won a prize. 137,000 Americans dead and this is our self-proclaimed wartime president's answer to it," an emotional Cooper said about the "ridiculous" photograph. "Given the death toll and the spread of the virus, you might think he would spend every waking moment trying to combat it, talking to victim's families, rallying Americans to be patriotic by wearing a mask, washing their hands, protecting their neighbors, but no. This is what he wants the world to see, the infected, the recovering, the newly grieving, anyone on Instagram. The more clicks for this president, the better."
"This is our president and people are dying and people are getting sick and more will die and more will get sick and our economy is in shambles. We're in a public health battle for our lives and our futures and our president is sitting there behind the Resolute Desk resolutely clutching at beans," Cooper told viewers.
Maybe next time Cuomo has his brother on the show, he can ask him real questions, like why he put all those Covid patients in nursing homes?