2020 Gets Worse

Breaking CNN!

Bad:

Worse:

Jeff Zucker, president of CNN Worldwide, the man who cynically made Lord Damp Nut prznint through the constant coverage at CNN, now wants a piece of the action hisself: Mayor of NYC!

NYTimes:

“[CNN’s Jeff] Zucker, the signature television executive of the Trump era, has more than anyone shaped that always-on, always-breaking, hyper-charged way that news — including politics — is covered nowadays. He has always been a hands-on leader. But now it seems Mr. Zucker may want to drive events even more directly.

“Four years ago, he told me he was considering a future in politics. On Thursday, I asked him whether he was interested in the most obvious role, which will be open next year in a city aching for leadership: mayor of New York. He paused, and said he didn’t want his answer to cause a storm of news. Then, he said, ‘New York City is going to need a very strong mayor in the aftermath of this, and I always like a challenge.’”

Please also remember, previously he was at NBC Entertainment and signed Lord Damp Nut to be on reality teevee show The Apprentice. 

As always, when discussing Zucker it is important to bring in this quote which explains EVERYTHING wrong about CNN:

CNN Drama, explained

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5 Responses to 2020 Gets Worse

  1. buckobear says:

    Yep!! Just what we need. Another CEO who wants to go into gubmit and start at the top.

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  2. sos says:

    Jeff Zucker, the man with the face that launched a thousand flushes

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  3. laura says:

    Zuck that guy twice sideways with a rusty shovel.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. donnah says:

    Yay, another asshole with money who’s never heard the word “No”. That will go splendidly.

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    • MDavis says:

      There it is.
      I was gonna say – if either of those jerks, tiger or Zuck, tastes blood, they’ll never get enough.
      That’s on the word of someone who had to face tigers in the wild. Twice. As for CNN, you can find news clips to compare.

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