CNN anchor Chris Cuomo apologized on Thursday for a long-stripped tweet in which he gave the impression Senal. Kamala Harris . Kamala Devi Harris 2020 Dem Field in the second daily Kos straw poll The Hill's 12:30 Report: Shutdown Day 33 | Trump tells Pelosi that he is the state of the Union of House | House GOP Abandons Withdraw Trump Unveils New Battle Cry MORE (D-Calif.) Must Prove That She Was Born in the US
Cuomo said he had "screwed up" when performing on ABC's The View and that the tweet he sent on Tuesday was misinterpreted.
"And hopefully there will be no games that are constantly changing the problem for righteous prosecutors … and … the legitimate information about Harris is coming out to deal with the claim as quickly as possible The longer the evidence, the deeper the effect, "read Cuomo's original tweet.
The tweet was quickly criticized on Twitter. Some said Cuomo had agreed to the false claim that Harris ̵
Cuomo said in his interview about "The View" that his tweet should make the point that Harris should not defend himself against these accusations. He added that he called his point of view "bad."
"People can not be degraded in this way because of their race because they do not like what they represent," he said. "And what I'm saying is, before we go over it again, if you have an indictment, put up or shut up, Kamala Harris should not have to go through that, that was my point, I did it badly." 19659008] Cuomo also apologized for the comment in a subsequent series of tweets on Tuesday, saying the original tweet was "taken literally different than I intended."
I agree with all this. The tweet should be put The responsibility for the prosecutor is not Harris. This is the lesson of Birtherism. Deleting the original tweet to make this clear. Apologies, 2019
My original tweet was deleted because it was literally taken in the opposite direction as I intended: Sen Harris has no obligation to justify such allegations, let alone a Birtherism attack. You accuse, you prove that. Sorry for confusion.
– Christopher C. Cuomo (@ChrisCuomo) January 22, 2019
Harris announced this week that she will seek the Democratic nomination for the presidency in 2020.