In the conclusion to a bizarre segment, Chris Cuomo admitted a few things while chatting it up with his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo: one, that he couldn’t continue interviewing his brother on Cuomo Prime Time much longer, and two, that he couldn’t be objective.
“Me having you on the show is an unusual thing,” Cuomo noted. “I won’t always be able to keep having you on the show, it’ll never be seen as fair in people’s eyes, we both get that, and that’s okay. You’ve got plenty of people to talk to.”
“Not everyone likes you, not everyone likes me,” he acknowledged. “I’m wowed by what you did, but more importantly, I’m wowed by how you did it . . . Obviously, I’ll never be objective, obviously I think you’re the best politician in the country.”
In March, CNN president Jeff Zucker lifted the ban on Cuomo interviewing Gov. Cuomo on his show, citing the “authenticity and relatability and vulnerability” brought by the duo. That decision was almost immediately widely-criticized.Follow @CommentaryCNN