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Washington Post: Zucker and his girlfriend were behind the Cuomo-on-Cuomo interviews

The Washington Post Erik Wemple is reporting that former CNN head Jeff Zucker and his girlfriend, CNN executive Allison Gollust were behind those awful Cuomo-on-Cuomo interviews that eventually led to the firing of Chris Cuomo:


Janice Dean, reacting to that report, called on Gollust to be fired as well:

And why aren’t Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy reporting this?

According to Wemple, Andrew Cuomo’s staff pushed back on the interviews but Gollust, who used to work for the former governor, intervened to make it happen:


Nice spin, CNN:

It was always about ratings and CNN just won’t admit it:


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