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Chris Cuomo returns to Instagram to share photos of war-torn Ukraine seven months after he was fired

Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo has returned to Instagram after a seven-month hiatus with a bizarre war report from Ukraine.

The 51-year-old anchor posted a series of photos and videos taken in Ukraine that show the extent of the ongoing war there.

But the first photo in a set Cuomo shared was of himself, staring thoughtfully into the camera.

He then shared multiple photos and videos of a damaged classroom and bombed streets and vehicles.

It’s not clear who Cuomo may be working for. His biography currently states that he is a “free agent” and promises more messages from the disputed region will follow.

Despite the self-indulgent initial posting, Cuomo was quick to put forth a virtue signal when he urged his one million followers to remember Ukraine.

Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is back on Instagram with a selfie

Former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo is back on Instagram with a selfie

Cuomo begged his million followers to 'not forget' Ukraine

Cuomo begged his million followers to ‘not forget’ Ukraine

‘In Ukraine. We can’t forget. Russians apparently target civilians,” Cuomo wrote of a series of photos and videos of the war-torn country.

Cuomo reported: “Just a major deadly bomb attack on a shopping center in any part of central Ukraine. Maybe hundreds in.

The words and photos are Cuomo’s first reports since he was fired by CNN for violating their journalistic standards by helping his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, educate himself on how to deal with a sex scandal. which ultimately also ended Andrew’s career.

The photos appeared to be from Kiev that was ‘hit Sunday’. He remarked, “There would have been a lot of deaths if this city hadn’t emptied a little.”

Kindergarten hit. Fortunately there is no school on Sundays,” he added.

Cuomo’s point is moot, however, as all schools in Kiev are now on summer break and had all gone online after Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24.

Schools in the Ukrainian capital Kiev will reopen for classes at the start of the school year on September 1, city authorities said Friday.

“The most important task for the new school year is the safety of students and teachers,” Olena Fidanyan, head of the education and science department in Kiev, said in a statement.

“At the beginning of the school year, all schools will provide the necessary training with teachers and children on actions during an air raid siren,” said Fidanyan.

The children who could not return to Kiev can study remotely.

Cuomo Uploaded Photos of a Kindergarten Class That Was Damaged

Cuomo Uploaded Photos of a Kindergarten Class That Was Damaged

Kindergarten hit.  Luckily there is no school on Sundays,

Kindergarten hit. Luckily there is no school on Sundays,” he added

The windows of the school were blasted out with all kinds of debris on the side of the building

The windows of the school were blasted out with all kinds of debris on the side of the building

Another photo Cuomo posted to Instagram featured that of “the same building that was hit a few months ago where journalists were among the dead,” he wrote.

“There’s more to come about how bad it is coming here,” he teased, signing off with his catchphrase, “Let’s go after it.”

The former Cuomo Prime Time host lost his job in December when it was revealed that he had advised his brother, former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, after the state’s top prosecutor was found to have sexually harassed 11 different women. .

Cuomo’s former boss, CNN president Jeff Zucker, then resigned in February after it was revealed he was having a secret relationship with a network executive.

Some, including fellow lead anchor Jake Tapper, suggested that Cuomo was the one who leaked the information to secure a better exit package.

Cuomo then posted photos from inside a building that had been hit

Cuomo then posted photos from inside a building that had been hit

Part of the front of this building turned out to be completely gone

Part of the front of this building turned out to be completely gone

Cuomo said one of the buildings was hit a few months ago where journalists were among the dead

Cuomo said one of the buildings was hit a few months ago where journalists were among the dead

Cuomo, who made $6 million a year at CNN, is now suing the network for $125 million: $110 million in damages and $15 million allegedly owed to him under his contract.

“As a result of Turner’s indefensible choice to unceremoniously fire him, Cuomo has been damaged in countless ways,” Cuomo’s attorneys argued earlier this year.

Cuomo has been unfairly tainted with his journalistic integrity, making it difficult, if not impossible, for Cuomo to find similar work in the future and causing him damages in excess of $125 million, including not only the remaining salary under of the Agreement, but also future lost wages as a result of CNN’s efforts to destroy its reputation in violation of the Agreement.”

Cuomo has claimed that former CNN president Jeff Zucker (left) knew about his close relationship with his brother Andrew Cuomo.  Zucker resigned last month after it was revealed he was having a secret romantic relationship with a female network manager

Cuomo has claimed that former CNN president Jeff Zucker (left) knew about his close relationship with his brother Andrew Cuomo. Zucker resigned last month after it was revealed he was having a secret romantic relationship with a female network manager

Cuomo’s resignation sparked an outcry at CNN.

Zucker resigned just two months later in February amid an investigation into his relationship with Vice President Allison Gollust, who also resigned.

Zucker has struck a deal for a $10 million exit package. Gollust reportedly paid $1 million.

Cuomo and CNN are currently stuck in private arbitration over his own exit deal.

At a private meeting after Zucker’s resignation, Cuomo’s former colleagues made it clear that no love was lost between them and the former anchor.

Host Jake Tapper hinted at the theory that Cuomo leaked information about Zucker’s relationship with an executive in order to get a better exit package.

An outside observer might say, ‘Well, it looks like Chris Cuomo passed. He threatened. Jeff said, “We don’t negotiate with terrorists, and Chris blew things up.” How do we get past the perception that this is the bad guy who wins?’ he said.

“I think the problem is that it’s not perception. What Jake just described is actually what happened here,” said Chief White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins.

In a private meeting earlier this year, CNN host Jake Tapper said,

In a private meeting earlier this year, CNN host Jake Tapper said, “An outside observer might say, ‘Well, it looks like Chris Cuomo passed. He threatened. Jeff said, “We don’t negotiate with terrorists, and Chris blew things up.”

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At another meeting, host Don Lemon asked Jason Kilar, CEO of WarnerMedia, “Have you thought about the message it sends…

Erin Burnett

Richard Quest

Hostess Erin Burnett said she and her colleagues “mourned” Zucker’s departure and asked for more information in a private meeting. Host Richard Quest likened the cordon to ‘throwing the captain overboard while the ship is about to pass through icebergs’

At the time, CNN’s New York-based anchors mourned Zucker’s resignation and blamed Cuomo for causing his impeachment.

Richard Quest, host of the daily Quest Means Business show on CNN International, told Jason Kilar, CEO of WarnerMedia: “There was the possibility of a more imaginative outcome that could have allowed you to keep the captain, rather than throw the captain overboard while the ship is about to pass through icebergs.’

Erin Burnett said she and her colleagues were “mourning” and asked for more information about Zucker’s departure.

Hosts Don Lemon and Oliver Darcy questioned 50-year-old Kilar at a meeting about whether former presenter Chris Cuomo would receive a severance package from CNN.

“Have you thought about the message it sends to the journalists in the company and also the wider public that someone can be found to break those journalistic standards and then be paid handsomely for it,” Lemon reportedly asked Kilar .

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