CNN Host Open to Voting for Trump in 2024!

In a surprising turn of events, former CNN host Chris Cuomo has changed his tune on former President Donald Trump, saying that he would consider voting for him if he ran against President Joe Biden in the 2024 election.

Cuomo, who was fired from CNN in December 2021 due to his involvement in helping his brother, then Governor Andrew Cuomo, navigate a sexual misconduct scandal, made the unexpected admission during a recent interview with podcast host Patrick Bet-David.

When asked if he would consider voting for Trump in a potential rematch with Biden, Cuomo responded, “I am always open. And I’ll tell you that people sell bulls***, ‘You’ve never voted for a Republican in your life.’ Wrong. And not only have I, the first vote I ever cast was for a Republican.”

This statement is a significant departure from Cuomo’s previous stance on Trump, as the former CNN host has been a vocal critic of the former president during his time in office. In fact, during a December 2020 newscast, Cuomo called Trump “the worst president ever” after the former president issued a slew of controversial pardons in the final days of his term.

But now, Cuomo claims that he is “existentially” unafraid of a Trump re-election, saying that the country is stronger than any individual leader. He also stated that he believes there is no greater risk to America with Trump as president than there is with Biden.

Cuomo’s change of heart may come as a surprise to many, as he has been known for his staunch criticism of Trump during his tenure at CNN. However, since being fired from the network, Cuomo has joined NewsNation and claimed to be committed to objective reporting.

It’s worth noting that Cuomo’s comments come at a time when Trump has been hinting at a potential presidential run in 2024, though he has not made any official announcements yet. If he were to run, it would set up a highly anticipated rematch between Trump and Biden, and it seems that Cuomo would at least be willing to consider voting for the former president.

In the past, Cuomo has been quick to label Trump as a “crazy man” and point out his flaws as a leader. But in this recent interview, he expressed that he is not afraid of another Trump presidency and that the country has survived numerous challenges during his time in office.

Whether or not Cuomo’s words will have any impact on public opinion remains to be seen, but it is clear that he is open to the possibility of a second Trump term. As for his own career, he continues to make strides at NewsNation and promises to maintain his objectivity in reporting.