Jeffrey Toobin and Female CNN Host Discuss His Masturbation on Zoom Meeting in Awkward Return Segment

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CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin is back on the network seven months after he was seen masturbating in a Zoom meeting with colleagues at the New Yorker Magazine, from which he was fired.

Incredibly, they chose to bring him back and do a segment with female host, Alisyn Camerota, where the two discuss the events that led to his suspension and what has happened in the interim.

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany shared a clip from the awkward return segment and declared “THIS is CNN!” She then suggested, “*** Parental Advisory ***”

McEnany was not the only one who was shocked over the clip and the return of Toobin.

Journalist Megyn Kelly tweeted, “There is not a woman alive who could have done anything close to what Jeffrey Toobin did (not that one would) and kept her job. What a disgusting, incestuous boys’ club. So damned tired of it.”

Conservative Tim Young noted in a tweet how outraged CNN was by former President Donald Trump’s comments on the Access Hollywood tapes, yet still brought Toobin back.

“Let’s be real here… CNN just excused away Jeffrey Toobin jerking off on a zoom call in front of his colleagues… they just forfeit their right to be outraged by Trump’s comments on the Access Hollywood tape,” Young said.

Donald Trump Jr. was among the many to weigh in and he wondered, “Imagine any other network putting Jeffrey Toobin back on air after being caught masturbating on a corporate zoom call?”

“Yea, me neither, but CNN is totally good with it. I guess their prospects for talent are as bad as their ratings,” Trump Jr. concluded.

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