5 public apologies made by CNN hosts and contributors in 2018
This Jan. 17, 2001 file photo shows pedestrians entering CNN Center, the headquarters for CNN, in downtown Atlanta.Ric Feld,File/AP
- CNN had its fair share of controversies this year.
- From homophobic tweets to on-air profanity, CNN hosts and contributors had a few moments to apologize for in 2018.
- We've rounded up five of those apologies here.
Kaitlan Collins apologizes for homophobic tweets.
Jake Tapper apologized for a "misleading" claim about Medicare for All.
Don Lemon (kind of) apologizes for saying Fox News didn't cover Hope Hicks' resignation.
Rick Santorum apologizes after saying "bulls—t" on air.
Commentator Marc Lamont Hill apologizes for Israel comments after being fired from CNN.