Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired photos of Chris Cuomo that appeared to show the CNN anchor in public without a mask.
According to Carlson, the images of Cuomo were taken over the weekend and showed him at a restaurant with a cigar in hand.
The photos are believed to have been taken on Long Island.
Carlson aired the images in a bid to call out Cuomo for his criticism of people who disobey the rules when it comes to following guidelines amid the pandemic.
'Chris Cuomo calls us immoral for doubting the rules,' Carlson said on his show. 'Again, we don't judge Chris Cuomo, Chris Cuomo judges us,' Carlson added.
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson aired photos of Chris Cuomo that showed the CNN anchor in public without a mask
According to Carlson, the images of Cuomo were taken over the weekend and showed him at a restaurant with a cigar in hand. The photos are believed to have been taken on Long Island
Carlson aired the images just hours after Cuomo was lampooned for labeling a video of President Donald Trump removing his face mask at the White House 'propaganda,' after he shared a similar video months ago.
Cuomo appeared on air shortly after Trump returned from Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, to the White House via Marine One on Monday evening.
Upon his arrival, an infected Trump walked up the steps of the South Portico, removed his face mask and stared over the balcony as photographers snapped his picture.
Trump then disappeared into the White House, where staffers were present, and briefly returned to the balcony. He did not put his face mask back on during this time.
CNN reported that Trump's ascent into the White House was for a reshoot as part of a potential campaign video, and Cuomo used this to level criticism at the president.
'There he is, hair blown majestically. Reshooting the scene for his own ad,' said Cuomo, adding 'What a bunch of bull****.'
Cuomo scrutinized Trump for flouting face masks after numerous members of his inner circle, White House staffers, journalists and workers at the Cleveland presidential debate contracted COVID-19 after his diagnosis.
Carlson aired the images just hours after Cuomo was lampooned for labeling a video of President Donald Trump removing his face mask at the White House 'propaganda'
Donald Trump, whose infection with COVID-19 was confirmed last week, removed his face mask on Monday night upon his arrival to the White House
'He didn’t just walk in the White House one time with no mask tonight. He had his video crew capture that stupid scene again so he could put out propaganda,' he said.
But on social media, a number of people pointed out that Cuomo had shared a comparable video that was accused of being 'staged' in April.
Cuomo, who contracted COVID-19 in March, filmed a video of himself reuniting with his wife and three children after 'several weeks locked in his basement.'
Footage showed him walking up the stairs to greet his kids at his Hamptons mansion, three weeks after he went into 'quarantine' to recover from coronavirus.
'All right,' he said. 'Here it is. The official re-entry. From the