The New York Post said Cuomo was interviewed by Curtis Sliwa on radio in January 2010 regarding if his brother Andrew might seek the Democratic nomination for governor. "This happens all the time", Scaramucci tweeted. But there is a lesson: "no need to add to the ugliness; I should be better than what I oppose", the anchor said in the August 13 statement. (Their father, the late Mario Cuomo, also previously served as New York's governor). "My name is Chris Cuomo". It shows Cuomo telling the unidentified man that "Fredo" was an "aspersion" on Italians and threatening him if he continues the fight.
Chris Cuomo also weighed in on Twitter about the incident, thanking his supporters while writing about the "lesson" he learned. Fredo is from The Godfather, he was that weak brother.
"The use of the word Fredo as an ethnic slur.is a regionalism", said Mr Tamburri, who is a third-generation Italian American. By saying the "completely support" Cuomo's reaction is appalling.More news: Tonight is the last chance to view Perseid Meteor shower
Cuomo was just getting started, the report said. You called me Fredo, like I call you "punk b**ch". Are you Italian? It's a f*cking insult to your people.
Chris Cuomo's claim that the name "Fredo" was equivalent to the use of the n-word prompted a swift backlash on social media.
Battling primetime hosts Sean Hannity and Chris Cuomo had a rare moment of solidarity Monday evening after Fox's Hannity extended an olive branch to the CNN host after he was filmed shouting at a heckler for calling him "Fredo". He continued, "It's like the n-word for us". The acclaimed 1972 movie follows Vito (Marlon Brando) transferring power over the mafia family to his son Michael (Al Pacino) to the dismay of Michael's weaker brother Fredo (John Cazale), who betrays him. President Donald Trump tweeted, "I thought Chris was Fredo also. He deserves the apology", the Hannity host tweeted. According to the site's harassment and cyberbullying policy, content "threatening specific individuals with physical harm or destruction of property"; that is "deliberately posted in order to humiliate someone"; or that "makes hurtful and negative personal comments/videos about another person" can all prompt YouTube to remove a video, among many other properties.More news: Flint Bishop Airport adding new nonstop flights to Florida
Cuomo, an Italian-American, described the word as a racial slur comparable to the N-word. However, that innocuous piece of flattery does little to placate the anchor, who says: "If you want to play, we'll f*cking play" and goes on with his rant peppered with profanities.
Trump has repeatedly belittled CNN-which is openly against the president and rarely reports on him positively-for its low ratings.More news: Dow drops almost 400 points thanks to growing trade war fears