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Toobin returns to CNN eight months after Zoom exposure incident

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CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin returned to television on Thursday, eight months after he exposed himself to colleagues at The New Yorker
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‘Excessive punishment': CNN brings back pundit Jeffrey Toobin, eight months after he exposed himself on Zoom call with colleagues

‘Excessive punishment': CNN brings back pundit Jeffrey Toobin, eight months after he exposed himself on Zoom call with colleagues

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CNN has begun rehabilitating the public image of disgraced legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin, bringing him back on air and ending a banishment that began after he was exposed masturbating on a Zoom call with co-workers last October.
“What the hell were you thinking?” host Alisyn Camerota asked Toobin on Thursday in an on-set interview. Toobin, whose title of chief legal analyst was restored by CNN, said he obviously “wasn't thinking very well or very much,” then pointed out that he thought he had turned off the call and wasn't visible to other participants.
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Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN

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As Mr. Toobin spoke with the anchor Alisyn Camerota, an on-screen graphic read: “JEFFREY TOOBIN APOLOGIZES FOR ‘EMBARRASSINGLY STUPID MISTAKE.'”
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Jeffrey Toobin Returns To CNN: ‘I Am Trying To Be The Kind Of Person People Can Trust Again'

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Toobin made his first appearance on the network since he was fired by The New Yorker for exposing himself during a Zoom call with colleagues.
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Jeffrey Toobin Returns to CNN Eight Months After Zoom Exposure Scandal

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CNN's longtime chief legal analyst is back on the airwaves after he exposed himself on a video call with other journalists.
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'Deeply moronic': Jeffrey Toobin returns to CNN, talks Zoom incident that cost him job

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The legal analyst made his surprising return to TV news with a recounting of the lewd event that got him fired from the New Yorker magazine.
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Jeffrey Toobin Returns To CNN After Exposing Himself On Zoom Call

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Toobin exposed himself during a Zoom call at work last year, an incident he called “deeply moronic and indefensible” in an interview with CNN Thursday.
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SEE IT: Jeffrey Toobin's awkward return to CNN after masturbation scandal

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Jeffrey Toobin returns to CNN and apologizes for his 'moronic' behavior 7 months after Zoom masturbation incident

Jeffrey Toobin returns to CNN and apologizes for his 'moronic' behavior 7 months after Zoom masturbation incident

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Summary List Placement Embattled writer and CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin returned to the network on Thursday nearly seven months after being caught masturbating on a Zoom call with his former New Yorker colleagues.
Toobin appeared on television for the first time since the incident for an interview with CNN Newsroom co-host Alisyn Camerota
"To quote Jay Leno, what the hell were you thinking?" Camerota asked.
"Well obviously, I wasn't thinking very well or very much. It was something that was inexplicable to me. I think one point, I wouldn't exactly say in my defense, because...
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