The former New York mayor, now Trump's personal lawyer, lost it during an appearance on the cable news network.
“I’m not trying to insult them," said CNN's Alisyn Camerota.
The network faced backlash for giving air time to the former Trump campaign manager, a day after he admitted lying to the media.
"No class. Not even for a moment," one person fired back on Twitter after the president's indifferent remarks about the celebrated journalist's death.
"I think that if you had proof that the president was right, you’d be giving it to me right now, Ken," the CNN host told Trump official Ken Cuccinelli.
Twitter users taunted Trump after he inadvertently "undercut his argument" with an edited video.
2020 Democratic presidential candidates vow to make federal land part of the climate solution.
Political commentator Maria Cardona posited that Trump seems to care more about Dorian hitting Florida than Puerto Rico because of race and electoral votes.
"Put whoever you want on your show," Lemon told Cuomo. "But the audience gets nothing from her because she’s not telling the truth."
The New York mayor and 2020 presidential contender has faced harsh criticism for repeatedly failing to take action after Garner's fatal 2014 arrest.
"He was very frustrated with what was going on then and I think now he’d be even more frustrated," she said.
But not in the way the president thinks.
The CNN host thanked his Fox News rival for having his back during the "Fredo" video incident.
CNN's chief legal analyst broke down what the "spate of craziness" really means.
Ken Cuccinelli said the famous poem inscribed in the moment is about “people coming from Europe.”
"We never learn!" the president tweeted in response to high-profile figures, including Fox News' Sean Hannity, backing Cuomo after a man called him "Fredo."
The new apparel is the latest in the campaign's line of rage-baiting merchandise.
CNN defended its primetime host, calling the incident "an orchestrated setup."