Chris Cuomo has decided to tell the world exactly how he feels about everything.
The CNN host, who is currently battling coronavirus, has opted to share his thoughts on President Donald Trump, his job, and the fact that he has made a long list of enemies who often troll and harass him in public settings.
For the past weeks, the CNN anchor has been in quarantine in the basement of his home as he struggles with a high fever that made him hallucinate, shivering, and aches.
Despite his health issues, he has regularly appeared on CNN to talk about his situation and about what is currently going on in the world.
On Monday, the longtime cable host decided to dive deep on a personal level on his popular SiriusXM show, where he said that he believes that Trump, who had a meltdown during his daily briefing, is “full of sh-t.”
The 49-year-old anchor also confessed that he no longer enjoys his profession, nor the politicians he interviews.
He stated: “I don’t want to spend my time doing things that I don’t think are valuable enough to me personally. I don’t value indulging irrationality, hyper-partisanship.”
He gave the following reasons for wanting to quit his position on CNN: “I don’t think it is worth it to me because, I don’t think I really matter enough, I don’t think I can really change anything, so then what am I really doing?”
Cuomo said that being infected with the coronavirus has made her rethink his life choices, and he concluded that he no longer wants to be a public figure.
He confessed: “I don’t like what I do professionally. I don’t think it’s worth my time.”
Cuomo later launched into an epic rant about a “loser biker” who verbally attacked him because he was out of his house on Easter Sunday: “I don’t want some jackass, loser, fat tire biker being able to pull over and getting in my private space and talk bullsh– to me, and I don’t want to hear it.”
Cuomo seems to be ready to give up his multi-million dollar paying gig to be a regular Joe so he can insult the people who troll him.
He went on to say: “That really matters to me more than making millions of dollars every year… because I’ve saved my money and I don’t need it anymore. I want to be able to tell you to go to hell or to shut your mouth. Me being able to tell you to shut your mouth or I will do you the way you guys do each other.”
The presenter of Cuomo Prime Time further explained: “I’m basically being perceived as successful in a system that I don’t value. I’m seen as being good at being on TV and advocating for different positions… but I don’t know if I value those things, certainly not as much as I value being able to live my life on my terms.”
The brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continued with the following explanation as to why he no longer wants to be a celebrity: “Here I am in an almost weak position against this a*shole because I’m a celebrity, and he’s allowed to say whatever he wants to me. And I have to take it, or he’s going to call the New York Post and lie about something, and then I’m going to have to deal with it.”
Cuomo also talked about the incident that occurred in August 2019, where he was caught on camera going after a man who called him “Fredo.”
He shared: “I have to tolerate people’s opinion about me because I’m a public figure. I don’t want to do that, and I don’t think its worth it to me.”
Cuomo addresses his fight with COVID-19 in the video below.