The New York Daily News reports:
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow repeatedly made racist and sexist remarks during staff meetings and even blocked an on-air appearance by a Florida congressman because he is Black, according to a new lawsuit.
Kudlow, a former top Trump administration official, told his Fox staff not to book U.S. Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.) as a guest on his program because he did not want “the Black” on his show that day, according to a lawsuit by a Fox producer.
That producer, John Fawcett, also alleged that Fox News contributor Andrew Napolitano sexually harassed him in an elevator in 2019, with network execs ignoring complaints. Napolitano, a former New Jersey judge, harassed other men at the network, according to Fawcett’s lawsuit.
Read the full article. Kudlow is a former Trump economic advisor who made multiple JMG appearances for parroting Trump’s downplaying of the pandemic.
Last year Napolitano, who has never come out, was sued for sexual assault by two men, one of whom claims he was promised a lenient sentence in return for performing oral sex.
Fox Business host Larry Kudlow repeatedly made racist and sexist remarks during staff meetings — and even blocked an on-air appearance by a Florida congressman because he is Black, a new lawsuit says
And Andrew Napolitano is accused of harassmenthttps://t.co/kwnpHoZ1Yx
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 2, 2021