Don Her Lemmon, who returned to her CNN this morning Wednesday, once again apologized for the comments she made about women on her show last week.
“I cherished the opportunity to be back on CNN this morning,” Lemmon wrote on Twitter shortly before the show. No. Listen, I’m a committee to learn from you and do better. See you later.”`
At the helm of CNN This Morning, Lemon and his co-hosts went straight to the news of the day – Ukraine and President Joe Biden’s visit to Poland. Co-host Kaitran Collins was in Warsaw.
Lemmon’s comments on Thursday’s show sparked backlash from co-host Poppy Harlow and backlash from others.Nikki Haley, who recently started her presidential campaign, raised money and sold it. There is
Regarding Haley’s suggestion that any presidential candidate over the age of 75 take an aptitude test, Lemmon said, “I don’t feel comfortable talking about age like this,” but added, “Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime yet. So I’m sorry,” he added. , when a woman is considered to be in her prime is in her 20s, 30s, maybe she’s in her 40s. “Wait,” said Harlow. “A heyday for what?” Depends. Looking at it, it seems to be in its prime.
Lemon has been absent from the show since Thursday. “I’m sorry to say that, and I clearly understand why people thought it was going completely the wrong way,” Lemon said.
CNN Worldwide chairman and CEO Chris Licht wrote in a memo to employees late Monday: He attended formal training, listened, and agreed to continue learning. We are taking this situation very seriously. “