Chris Cuomo was set to publish a book called “Deep Denial.”
It was touted as “a provocative analysis of the harsh truths that the pandemic and Trump years have exposed about America — about our strength and our character — and a roadmap of the work needed to make our ideals match reality.”
What this really means is that it was a book hating on Trump and his supporters.
HarperCollins, the publisher who was responsible for publishing it, has announced that they will not be publishing the book.
THR: Chris Cuomo’s upcoming book pulled by HarperCollins
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) December 7, 2021
HarperCollins Publishers has dropped plans to release a book by Chris Cuomo amid the controversy that led to his firing by CNN, The Post has learned.
A spokesperson for the company’s Custom House imprint confirmed the decision Tuesday following a report that a listing for the planned hardcover was recently removed from the Amazon website.
“I can confirm that we don’t intend to publish the book,” spokesperson Kelly Rudolph told The Post.
Rudolph declined to elaborate.
Cuomo’s planned book, “Deep Denial,” was initially set for release in October but had its publication date pushed back to Jan. 11 and then to Oct. 15, according to the Publishers Marketplace website, which reported on its disappearance from Amazon.
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