‘This is highly inappropriate for a journalist,’ wrote Poynter’s senior media writer Tom Jones
By Brandon Gillespie
The Poynter Institute for Media Studies excoriated CNN anchor Chris Cuomo Thursday for “crossing a journalistic line” by giving advice to his brother, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, concerning the allegations of sexual harassment against him.
Poyter’s Tom Jones argued that Cuomo was “deservedly under scrutiny” following the revelations that he participated in strategy sessions with the older Cuomo and his top aides.
“Stop and think about what happened here,” Jones wrote. “The host of a primetime show on one of the country’s biggest and most influential cable news networks is advising one of the most powerful and influential politicians in this country on how to handle serious sexual misconduct allegations.”
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