Don Lemon suffers consequences: Became the story instead of reporter

Lemon: “Nikki Haley isn’t in her prime. Sorry, when a woman is considered to be in her prime is in her 20s, and 30s, and maybe 40s”

Don Lemon’s recent sexist remarks about announced GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley, 51, who served as ambassador to the UN under President Trump, have had consequences. Lemon, a CNN morning show co-host, was absent from his regular show slot on Friday after making the absurd comment on Thursday. Videos emerged showing him and his male “fiancé” cavorting in Miami Beach, leading viewers to conclude he was taking a scheduled break from the grueling job of insulting accomplished women. 

Not only was Lemon a no-show on Friday, he will also be removed from the show on Monday. The incrementalism appears to be death by a thousand cuts. Best bets are despite his prolific apologies, calling his words, “inartful and irrelevant,” Lemon, who will be 57 within weeks, is cooked…without the salmon, butter and an accompanying sprig of tarragon. He’s been on the show for less than six months.

A recent analysis by The Wrap, which bills itself as “The Essential Source for Entertainment Insiders,” revealed that CNN This Morning” is the network’s lowest-rated morning show in nearly a decade, sinking 18.6% in viewership among adults 25-54. Kicking Lemon to the curb might deliver an instant ratings boost for the far-left network.


4 Responses to Don Lemon suffers consequences: Became the story instead of reporter

  1. Observer says:

    How could this so-called “gay” guy be considered an authority of when women are in their prime? What a joke!

  2. Maggie says:

    No surprise that Lemon Google’s life’s mysteries. He ought to Google “toast,” since that’s what he is.

  3. Frankly Speaking says:

    Arrogance never looks good on anyone. Fortunately we won’t have to see it on Don Lemon anymore. His career has come to an end. Minorities and women are off limits! Nikki Haley fits both categories.

  4. Tucson GOP says:

    Lemon is toxic in an industry where toxicity doesn’t sell. Say Goodbye, Don.

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