Chris Cuomo Biography
Chris Cuomo is an American TV journalist who currently works at CNN and he presents Cuomo Prime Time. He was born on August 9th, 1970 in New York City, USA.
He is the son of Matilda and Mario Cuomo, former Governor of New York. He attended The Albany Academy in Albany, New York and then went to Yale University where he graduated with an undergraduate degree.
He obtained a Juris Doctor(J.D) from Fordham University. He is a licensed attorney. He is married to Gotham Magazine editor, Cristian Greeven in 2001. The ceremony was held in a Roman Catholic church in Southampton, New York. They currently live in Manhattan with their 3 children.
Chris Cuomo Age | Chris Cuomo Birthday
He was born on August 9th, 1970 in New York City, USA. He is 48 years old as of 2018.
Chris Cuomo Education
He attended The Albany Academy in Albany, New York and then went to Yale University where he graduated with an undergraduate degree. He obtained a Juris Doctor(J.D) from Fordham University. He is a licensed attorney.
Chris Cuomo Father | Chris Cuomo Dad | Chris Cuomo Mother
He is the son of Matilda and Mario Cuomo, former Governor of New York.
Chris Cuomo Wife | Chris Cuomo Married
He is married to Gotham Magazine editor, Cristian Greeven in 2001. The ceremony was held in a Roman Catholic church in Southampton, New York. They currently live in Manhattan with their 3 children.
Chris Cuomo Divorce | Is Chris Cuomo Divorced
The divorce stories are just rumors and though the couple has been through ups and downs, they are not getting divorced any time soon.
Chris Cuomo Kids | Chris Cuomo Children
He has 3 children; Bella Cuomo, Carolina Regina Cuomo and Mario Cuomo.
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Andrew Cuomo, the current Governor of New York City, is his brother.
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His family is as follows;
- Charles Raffa – Grandfather
- Mary Raffa – Grandmother
- Immacolata Cuomo – Grandmother
- Andrea Cuomo – Grandfather
- Mario Cuomo – Father
- Matilda Cuomo – Mother
- Andrew Cuomo – Brother
- Cristina Greeven Cuomo – Wife
- Margaret I. Cuomo – Sister
- Maria Cuomo Cole – Sister
- Madeline Cuomo – Sister
- Bella Cuomo – Child
- Mario Cuomo – Child
- Carolina Regina Cuomo – Child
- Nancy Mazzola – Aunt
- Frank Cuomo – Uncle
- Joseph Raffa – Uncle
- Frank Raffa – Uncle
- Samuel Raffa – Uncle
- Michaela Cuomo – Niece
- Cara Cuomo – Niece
- Christina Cuomo Perpignano – Niece
- Mariah Cuomo – Niece
- Catie Cole – Niece
- Amanda Cole – Niece
- Marianna Cuomo Maier – Niece
Chris Cuomo Salary | Chris Cuomo Annual Salary
He earns an estimated salary of $ 2.5 million per year.
Chris Cuomo Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 9 million.
Chris Cuomo Height
He is 1.88 M tall.
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Chris Cuomo TV Shows
- New Day
- Cuomo Prime Time
- Good Morning America
- Inside with Chris Cuomo
- Fox Files
- Inside Evil With Chris Cuomo
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He joined CNN in February 2013 as a co-host of its morning show. On February 8th, 2013, he made his debut as a field reporter covering February 2013 nor’easter. It was later announced that he would move to primetime to host Cuomo Primetime. In 2017, HLN, premiered a new documentary series, Inside with Chris Cuomo, that he hosted. In September 2018, he started hosting a 2 hour radio show, Let’s Get After It, on th P.O.T.U.S. channel om Sirius XM.
Chris Cuomo Prime Time | Cuomo Prime Time
After airing several different programs in this time slot in recent years, CNN attempts to solidify its prime-time schedule by moving Chris Cuomo to the toughest hour in cable news. Cuomo, the former co-anchor of CNN’s morning show `New Day’, eschews panel discussions in favour of in-depth one-on-one interviews that test politicians and newsmakers on their positions.
He also analyses the news of the day and presents breaking news. Described by one publication as “America’s toughest news anchor”, Cuomo wants his show to be known as one that holds civil debates. “The need is clear”, he says. “Hopefully we help fill it”.
Executive producer(s): Melanie Buck
Presented by: Chris Cuomo
Chris Cuomo Ratings
Cuomo Prime Time is the highest watched show airing on CNN. It has again drawn more viewers than any other show the network is airing. The above information was found to be true by Nielsen Media Research. The numbers however place Cuomo in third place behind his competitors, Sean Hannity on Fox News and Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
CNN Chris Cuomo New Day
“New Day With Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota” is CNN’s flagship morning program that sets the table for all of the day’s news. The three-hour show features interviews with newsmakers, politicians and world leaders, and analysis from CNN correspondents and contributors. It’s hosted by Chris Cuomo, an award-winning anchor and correspondent who came to CNN from ABC News, where he anchored “20/20” and “Good Morning America,” and Alisyn Camerota, a longtime Fox News anchor who joined CNN in 2014.
First episode date: 17 June 2013
Presented by: Alisyn Camerota, John Berman, Victor Blackwell, Christi Paul
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Kellyanne Conway and Chris Cuomo squeezed a week’s worth of news into one wild 30 minute debate on CNN
CNN host Chris Cuomo and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway traded verbal jabs at each other in a wild 30-minute interview on Thursday night.
The two were set to discuss this week’s avalanche of news, but the interview soon went off the rails.
“There’s a little difference between you and me and the shop you’re working for,” Cuomo told Conway at one heated point during the interview.
“The White House?,” Conway replied.
“Integrity,” Cuomo said.
“How dare you,” Conway shot back.
“How dare me?,” Cuomo said.
At points, their discussion devolved into shouting matches, and sarcastic accusations of sexism. It ended with a friendly handshake.
The interview comes after a particularly tough few days for President Donald Trump, whose former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort was convicted by a jury on eight counts of bank and tax fraud, among other charges.
And Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to multiple federal crimes and implicated Trump in two of them.
One of those crimes involved a $130,000 payment Cohen said he made “at the direction” of Trump made just before the 2016 election to keep the porn star Stormy Daniels quiet about a sexual relationship she said she had with Trump.
Cohen’s account conflicted with Trump’s and the White House’s previous statements on the hush-money payment, which led The Washington Post to call the statements a “lie” in its fact-checking analyses.
That fact wasn’t lost on Cuomo, who flatly referred to Trump’s remarks on the payment “a lie.”
But Conway deflected the accusation and steered Cuomo’s interview towards other subjects — talking points that echoed the White House’s criticism against media outlets, including CNN.
Allegations of Russian collusion by the Trump campaign:
CONWAY: “Where is that? You’ve spent so much sweat equity, invested in so many screaming graphics and time, and experts talking about everything from impeachment to collusion.”
CUOMO: “You got to ask Mueller, he’s not done with his investigation,” Cuomo said, referring to special counsel Robert Mueller.
CONWAY: “No, let’s be fair. You weren’t waiting for Mueller. CNN is not, respectfully, [waiting] for Bob Mueller to finish his investigation. Because you’ve been talking about collusion and been promising it to your viewers.”
CUOMO: “Never, literally not once.”
Cuomo went on to describe Conway’s portrayal of CNN as “patently untrue.”
CUOMO: “We don’t promise the audience an outcome. We tell them that you have to respect the process.”
CONWAY: “I don’t want your viewers to, and I know your viewers expect to be fed anti-Trump virulence every single night. And they come away quite satisfied.”
Criticism of CNN’s coverage of Trump:
CONWAY: “You know [CNN’s] audience doesn’t trust the White House. Because all day long, on your network, all they hear is how terrible we all are. That we lack integrity. That we lie.”
CONWAY: “Which word do you think has been mentioned more on CNN? Collusion? Fentanyl? Impeachment? What do you think is mentioned more on CNN? 29,000 people died last year in this country because … of Fentanyl.”
CUOMO: “It all matters. It all matters.”
CONWAY: “Zero died because of impeachment. Zero died because of collusion. Zero died because of the word ‘lying.'”
CUOMO: “That’s not the bar of presidential behavior. So here’s what you’re saying — so, if the economy’s good, then you can lie whenever you want. You can divide the country any way you want. You can play to racist sympathies whenever you want. But it’s o.k. because the stock markets up.”
That one tweet:
CONWAY: “Secretary of state Mike Pompeo going back to North Korea again because they’re trying to denuclearize … ”
CUOMO: “Was he going there before or after he goes to South Africa to help out those white farmers?”
CONWAY: “Christopher, come on. Be serious.”
Cuomo referred to Trump’s late-night tweet on Wednesday which said he directed Pompeo to “closely study the South Africa land and farm seizures and expropriations and the large scale killing of farmers.”
Trump appeared to allude to a conspiracy theory and dog whistle for racist and white nationalists — a conspiracy based on South Africa’s post-apartheid land reform which suggests white farmers were being killed. Studies have reportedly shown, however, that the killing of white farmers in South Africa have been at a 20-year low.
On domestic politics:
Conway criticized CNN’s coverage of the death of 20-year-old college student Mollie Tibbetts, which coincided with the convictions of Manafort and Cohen on Tuesday. The network did provide coverage on Tibbetts’ death and the arrest of her suspected murderer, but dedicated the vast majority of airtime to updates from Cohen’s and Manafort’s trial.
CNN’s coverage on the trials is contrasted by Fox News, which dedicated the majority of their airtime for Tibbetts’ death. Fox News has since been accused of downplaying the significance of convicting Trump’s former associates, and fueling his warpath against undocumented immigrants.
CONWAY: “There was wall-to-wall coverage about a missing woman in Iowa until she was found, and God rest her soul, and then …”
CUOMO: “God rest her soul? You’re not letting her soul rest. You’re waving her like a flag … ‘if you’re not with us about immigrants, then you don’t care about Mollie Tibbetts.'”
CONWAY: “How dare you. How dare you.”
Conway also took a shot at the NFL protests — a non-violent demonstration of players who protest police misconduct and gun violence — which Trump has continued to criticize in numerous campaign speeches.
CONWAY: “Do you do this when they play the national anthem?,” Conway asked as she placed her hand over her heart.” “Or don’t you, yes or no?”
CUOMO: “I do.”
CONWAY: “Ok, why?”
CUOMO: “Because it’s my damn choice, that’s why. Because it’s my damn choice. Because I’m an American and I’ll exercise my freedom the way I want to if it doesn’t hurt anybody else. And that’s what they’re doing to.”
Cuomo later fired back at Conway by referring to a crude comment Trump made in reference to the protestors. At a campaign rally in September, Trump described the protestors as a “son of a bitch,” and told them to get off the playing field.
CUOMO: “You know what’s also great? Not calling them sons of bitches. That’s also great.”
CUOMO: “People of color.”
CONWAY: “Oh, stop it, Christopher.”
Cuomo vs. Conway
CONWAY: “You were a world class journalist who used to go to plane crash sites and cover war.”
CUOMO: “I go now. I was in Helsinki and saw one of the most embarrassing things I’ve ever seen in my life,” Cuomo said, referring to the location of Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in July.
Following the summit, Trump was criticized for stopping short of condemning Russia’s meddling in the 2016 US election and appeared to hold reservations against US intelligence reports that revealed Russia’s interference.
CUOMO: “It was really embarrassing.”
Amid the back-and-forth, and on at least two occasions, Conway appeared to joke that Cuomo was mansplaining or manterruptting her: “I think it’s kind of sexist the way you’re conducting this interview … What is it about powerful, articulate women on TV that bother you as guests?”
CUOMO: “I gave you more time than anyone else would.”
CONWAY: “No, you gave yourself a lot of time because you talked pretty much the entire time.”
CUOMO: “I don’t think that’s true, I’ll give you a word count at the end.”
CONWAY: “Well, the guest should have many more words. You know that.”
CUOMO: “No, I don’t.”