Jeffrey Toobin

"As we used to say in school, this is on my permanent record," the former legal analyst told NewsNation.
The cable network suspended him for 8 months in 2020 after he was fired by The New Yorker magazine masturbating on a Zoom call with his fellow employees.
“Obviously, I wasn’t thinking very well or very much,” he told CNN's Alisyn Camerota of the incident that led to his suspension from the network last fall.
After 27 years as a staff writer at The New Yorker, Toobin tweeted that he "will always love the magazine."
One person wondered "which sank lower" -- Giuliani's reputation, "or his hand down his pants?"
The legal analyst is also stepping away from CNN after what he called “an embarrassingly stupid mistake.”
CNN’s chief legal analyst also predicted another big problem the former White House chief strategist now may face.
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin called it "the most corrupt and cronyistic act in perhaps all of recent history." Many other legal experts agreed.
CNN's legal analyst slammed Twitter's "corporate gibberish" response following its failure to delete the president's latest conspiratorial posts.
CNN’s chief legal analyst also explained the “chilling corollary” of Trump’s clemency blitz.