The anticipated interview comes as the state attorney general's office winds down its probe into misconduct allegations waged against the governor of New York.
The 23-year-old daughter of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo addressed her queer identity on Instagram. "I’m standing with you,” she wrote.
"I cannot imagine a world in which anybody in journalism thinks that that was appropriate," the CNN host said of the incident.
“If my dad had been accused of sexual assault, I would be talking about it on 'The View' because I’m not a snowflake."
The anchor said he was sorry for putting his CNN colleagues in a difficult position.
The CNN anchor advised New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo after nine women accused the governor of sexual harassment, The Washington Post reported.
The former Trump staffer and son of ex-NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani compared his potential showdown with Andrew Cuomo to a Muhammad Ali-Joe Frazier fight.
The governor is under investigation to determine if he used state resources to write or promote the memoir.
A Cuomo senior adviser calls the allegations "patently absurd."
Scandals that have weakened centrist Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) helped drive the change as well.