During a discussion about the U.S. Navy SEAL taking credit for shooting and killing Osama bin Laden, one anchor of a CNN morning show expressed that he did not "like the idea of anybody having to lose their life."
No, not Al Jazeera America -- CNN.
"New Day," CNN's morning show, features Chris Cuomo, Michaela Pereira and former Fox host Alisyn Camerota. The three were on a couch, chatting about last week's news that two different Navy SEALs had admitted to shooting bin Laden.
After a short debate about the "appropriateness" of what the SEALs had done by going public, Pereira appeared to be summarizing the discussion when she said, "At the end of the day…Osama bin Laden is gone, a lot of people can sleep at night."
Camerota, who had earlier said that she "worshipped" the SEALs stated, "I find it satisfying to hear about his (bin Laden's) last seconds, I must say."
Cuomo initially agreed with Camerota and then did a quick about-face, saying, "I do too…ya know, actually I don't know if I do."
He continued: "I don't like the idea of anybody having to lose their life. But that gets into a different conversation."
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