The CNN anchor said he and his former beau "get along really well," but brushed off the notion they'd get back together as a couple.
"I apologise for thinking that you ate babies," the former conspiracy theorist told the CNN host.
Donald Trump accounts for half the impeachments in the history of the nation, the CNN host noted.
Appearing on CNN's 'Full Circle,' the news anchor got remarkably candid about his journey to living authentically. “I’m very blessed,” he said.
The CNN anchor mocked the president's desperate pleading with Georgia's secretary of state to "find" him votes.
"If anything he seems like a deserter. He’s absent," the CNN anchor said of the president's failed coronavirus leadership.
"The president is peddling an idea that is not true to people who want it to be true," the CNN anchor said.
The Australian graffiti artist depicted the CNN reporter's controversial comments in an artwork outside a Sydney pub.
The anchors had brutal takes on the president's rambling address littered with lies about election fraud and winning the vote.
"I was all fired up," the actor explained. "He probably told everyone I was a psycho.”