Chris Cuomo Asks People To ‘Name One’ Fact That He Denies. The Internet Responds

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CNN anchor Chris Cuomo got roasted Thursday after asking a Twitter user to “name one” fact that he has denied.

A person tweeted “the story of your life, you constantly deny facts you dont like” in response to a tweet from Cuomo.

“Problem is truth is now at the mercy of what people want to be true. If you dont like it…it isnt the truth,” Cuomo tweeted originally. (RELATED: Who’s The Most Embarrassing CNN Contributor – Chris Cuomo or Jeffrey Toobin? Here’s The Evidence)

Several responded with receipts and criticized Cuomo.

New York Post journalist Karol Markowicz tweeted, “You broke quarantine while actually sick with COVID.”

Tom Elliott, founder of Grabien Media, wrote, “How about any of the 400 stories related to Hunter Biden?”

Journalist Drew Holden simply wrote “Rebekah Jones,” referring to the COVID-19 data scientist “whistleblower,” whose inflated numbers in Florida were later found to be false. Jones’ claims were elevated by Cuomo, as she was a guest on CNN with him multiple times.

News reports surfaced in 2021 of Cuomo advising his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, about how to handle sexual harassment allegations.

In 2018, Cuomo reportedly coached former Trump attorney Michael Cohen for an interview and told him how to answer questions for a TV appearance, Fox News reported.

At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic when there was a shortage of coronavirus test kits, Andrew Cuomo prioritized testing for his family, including his brother Chris.