CNN President Jeff Zucker Resigns Over Inappropriate Relationship With Co-Worker

Fox News contributor Joe Concha reacts to CNN President Jeff Zucker announcing he is resigning from his role at the company after failing to disclose a romantic relationship with another senior executive.

The bombshell announcement rocked the media world, with the information revealed during testimony regarding former New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s investigation months ago.

The years-long relationship is one among many in the past year for the now scandal-plagued network. Last year, Chris Cuomo was fired over a scandal regarding a cover up for his own brother sexual harassment allegations.

In addition, two now former CNN producers were busted in separate child sex scandals. But self-pleasuring Toobin is still around after a brief suspension over his own scandalous act.

What’s next for Zucker and CNN? The future is uncertain, but according to a recent media report, Fox News viewership in January defeated CNN and MSNBC combined. Something has to change, and hopefully for the better of America, as CNN’s disgraced leader leaves the office for good.

Check out the full details in the breaking response below from Concha at Fox News in what will be one of many reports on one of the biggest media stories so far in 2022.


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