CNN Time Warner Parent Releases Jake Tupper's Deaf Valentine 12 Days After Boss Was Kicked Out

CNN Time Warner Parent Releases Jake Tupper’s Deaf Valentine 12 Days After Boss Was Kicked Out

Love on air!

At least that’s what the marketing gurus of CNN’s parent company Warner Media would like viewers to believe, despite the network recently firing former CEO Jeff Zucker over an inappropriate affair with a junior employee.

A tweet sent on Monday to celebrate love day depicts Jake Tupper on the set of his Washington, D.C. studio, breaking the news.

“It’s simple: love is in the air! #Valentine’s Day. “You stole my heart” could be seen as a signature on the front of the postcard.

CNN Time Warner Parent Releases Jake Tupper's Deaf Valentine 12 Days After Boss Was Kicked Out CNN parent company Warner Media sent out a Valentine's Day card featuring celebrity host Jake Tupper less than two weeks after CNN president Jeff Zucker stepped down amid an office romance.

CNN parent company Warner Media sent out a Valentine’s Day card featuring celebrity host Jake Tupper less than two weeks after CNN president Jeff Zucker stepped down amid an office romance.

A pair of hearts hung in the air to Tupper’s left in a sugary-sweet Valentine’s Day greeting.

While the timing for Valentine’s Day was as timely as the news release, the company may not be first in line when it comes to sharing love, it comes less than two weeks after CNN’s network boss was forced out of business. for an office romance.

Jeff Zucker, former president of the cable news network, was fired after it was revealed he had a relationship with his marketing director, Allison Gollust.

Former employees of the company called the relationship an “open secret,” which made the timing of CNN’s Valentine’s Day more than awkward.

The company recently saw CNN president Jeff Zucker be forced to step down, just two months after star anchor Chris Cuomo was also forced to leave the network.

The company recently saw CNN president Jeff Zucker be forced to step down, just two months after star anchor Chris Cuomo was also forced to leave the network.

Jeff Zucker left the network due to his relationship with employee Allison Gollust, 49.  This relationship has been public knowledge for many years.

Jeff Zucker left the network due to his relationship with employee Allison Gollust, 49. This relationship has been public knowledge for many years.

Judging by the aftermath of Zucker’s departure, the network boss was also close enough to former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to possibly wish him a Happy Valentine’s Day.

Within ten days, it was revealed that Zucker and his flame actively coached Cuomo on how to deal with the media during press conferences in the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

Such training was kept secret until various rumors began to circulate as to why Zucker left so abruptly.

At the time of Zucker’s departure, AT&T, CNN’s parent company, was reported to be in talks to reach a deal that would see fired host Chris Cuomo receive half of the $18 million he was fighting for.

Chris Cuomo has since asked for “Megyn Kelly’s money,” referring to the fired former NBC star who walked away with a $69 million payout.

He requested a $60 million payout for the $18 million remaining on his contract, a source told Page Six.

Both Gollust and Zucker (left) are said to have coached former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, 64, on how to conduct their daily Covid briefings during the pandemic.  The couple is pictured here in 2008.

Both Gollust and Zucker (left) are said to have coached former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, 64, on how to conduct their daily Covid briefings during the pandemic. The couple is pictured here in 2008.

Sources say Cuomo planned to file a lawsuit that would detail how Zucker and Gov. Andrew Cuomo had a much deeper relationship than has ever been previously explained.

One claim suggests that the disgraced governor received personal coaching for his popular pandemic press conferences from Zucker and his deputy Gollust.

Zucker and Gollust are also said to have had an “ethically questionable” relationship with the former governor of New York.

The couple is said to have taught the 64-year-old governor how best to present their daily Covid briefings during the pandemic.

The duo are even said to have fed him the lines he used when responding to criticism of President Donald Trump in order to be convincing on TV.

Chris Cuomo refused to quietly leave CNN after he was fired for helping to crack down on sexual assault allegations against his brother, disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, pictured

Chris Cuomo refused to quietly leave CNN after he was fired for helping to crack down on sexual assault allegations against his brother, disgraced former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, pictured

Meanwhile, Chris Cuomo was forced to leave in December after helping his brother Andrew through a sex scandal without fully revealing the lengths he goes to to help him.

Chris was supposed to get paid for the rest of his contract, but Zucker stood his ground and refused, claiming he had brought the network into disrepute.

However, Zucker’s sudden departure after nine years as CNN’s leader means the goals have changed again.

Zucker said he was leaving for violating corporate policy by not disclosing the nature of his relationship with Gollust, but WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar reportedly left him no choice.

Fired CNN host Chris Cuomo is suing the network for up to $60 million.

Fired CNN host Chris Cuomo is suing the network for up to $60 million.

According to the New York Post, Zucker appears to have fallen to his sword in the hope that Cuomo’s possible trial would not be made public.

It has since emerged that Cuomo was the one who reported this to management. Cuomo’s lawyers are said to have informed Kilar, who then informed AT&T boss John Stankey of the matter.

Zucker’s name is said to have been mentioned multiple times in a draft lawsuit that has yet to be filed.

Zucker resigned in agreement with AT&T CEO John Stankey.

That would mean Zucker would leave CNN without a fight, leaving Stankey to settle with Cuomo, sparing the news organization any potentially damaging and humiliating allegations.

As Zucker quickly moved away from the web and his powerful media executive role, he also tried to secure some semblance of privacy for himself.

Jeff made the deal by saying “I’m leaving and you [At&T] negotiate with Cuomo,” one source told The Post.

“He thought AT&T would fight the lawsuit and it would go public otherwise.”

If Cuomo filed a lawsuit and AT&T decided to contest it, potentially damaging information about Zucker could have been released.

Chris Cuomo has always maintained that the pictured Jeff Zucker knew how much he helped his brother when he was in office, and the network boss ignored calls to fire him for months.

Chris Cuomo has always maintained that the pictured Jeff Zucker knew how much he helped his brother when he was in office, and the network boss ignored calls to fire him for months.

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