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Janice Dean spots an 'interesting turn of events' for former co-worker now at CNN who slammed Fox News' 'toxic' culture

As you know, CNN chief Jeff Zucker has resigned after it became known he was having a relationship with a subordinate that was discovered during the network’s Chris Cuomo investigation. The latest CNN debacle left some at the cable net “stunned” — at least that’s what they’d like everybody to believe. Fox News’ Janice Dean recalls some interesting comments from a current CNN host after she left Fox News:


Hmm, who could that be?

That certainly appears to be the case:

“Interesting turn of events” indeed.

Meanwhile, Camerota doesn’t seem to be coming to grips with what’s happening at CNN, and certainly doesn’t consider the environment “toxic”:


Nice try, but no.


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