Chris Cuomo returns to Instagram to share photos from visit to Ukraine’s war zone

Disgraced former CNN anchor Chris Cuomo appears to be making a comeback.

He took a seven-month hiatus from Instagram after the network fired him for coaching his brother, also disgraced former governor Andrew Cuomo, through a political firestorm.

But earlier this week, Cuomo posted photos and videos from the war in Ukraine to his Instagram account. A rep for Cuomo didn’t comment on the project and wouldn’t tell us if he works for a news organization. His bio says he is a “free agent”.

“In Ukraine. We can’t forget. Russians appear to be targeting civilians,” Cuomo wrote in a pile of harrowing photos and videos.

Cuomo also reported on “major fatal bombings at a mall in a random area of ​​central Ukraine just now. Maybe hundreds in there.”

These are Cuomo’s first posts on the social media app since CNN fired him for violating their journalism standards in December. Before his fall, Cuomo posted a video of him goofing around the halls of CNN before he went on vacation in November.

But his current posts are nothing to fool around with.

Posting photos from “Kyiv Hit Sunday,” he pointed out “there would have been a lot of deaths if this city hadn’t been emptied a little.”

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Cuomo’s posts chronicled the devastation the war wreaked on Ukraine.

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

The post also included a photo of “the same building that was hit a few months ago where journalists were among the dead,” he wrote.

Cuomo is suing CNN for $125 million for allegedly wrongfully firing him. Meanwhile, he teased “more about how bad it’s going to be [in Ukraine]’ and bade farewell to his CNN show with a hashtag of his catchphrase: ‘Let’s do it.’ Chris Cuomo returns to Instagram to share photos from visit to Ukraine’s war zone


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