Chris Cuomo Makes Shocking Admission About 2024 Election
Chris Cuomo, former CNN host and renowned Trump critic, is now saying he might just give his vote to the Donald in 2024. If it comes down to a face-off between Biden and Trump, Cuomo is “open” to voting for the latter. The irony is so thick, you could cut it with a knife! Cuomo spilled the beans on Patrick Bet-David’s podcast recently. When asked if he would consider voting Trump in the next presidential run, Cuomo replied, “I am always open.” Hold on to your hats, folks, because it gets even better. Cuomo also admitted that he had voted for a Republican before. His first vote was for a GOP candidate. Who knew?
Chris Cuomo trending for being open to the idea of voting for Trump.
People are losing their minds over this.
— Patrick Bet-David (@patrickbetdavid) December 1, 2023
And if you think that’s the end of surprises, brace yourselves. Cuomo thinks there’s no greater risk to America with Trump at the helm than with Biden. Now, isn’t that a complete 180? For someone who once dubbed Trump as “the worst president ever,” this is quite a shift.
But wait, there’s more! Cuomo believes that the country is stronger than any individual leader. He shrugged off fears of a second Trump term or a Biden term, stating that America has survived numerous challenges in the past. From the Russia scandal to January 6th, from Biden’s gaffes to a do-nothing Congress, we’ve weathered it all.
It’s worth noting that Cuomo was shown the door by CNN last year amidst an investigation into his role in helping his brother, Andrew Cuomo, navigate a misconduct scandal. During his tenure at CNN, he was a staunch critic of Trump. He even went as far as calling Trump “the worst president we have ever seen. Period.” Now, he’s singing a different tune at NewsNation, pledging objective reporting.
So, what can we make of this unexpected development? It could be a sincere change of heart, or maybe it’s just another example of the political flip-flopping that seems to be all too common these days. Either way, it sure makes for some juicy headlines. And isn’t that what politics is all about?