CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Leaves After 20 years as a legal analyst, the Emmy winner in 2020 was tainted by a scandal.

Jeffrey Toobin is leaving CNN after more than 20 years there and a digital scandal that came to light in 2020.

The longtime chief legal analyst told his colleagues in a letter and a tweet on Friday that he was leaving his job:

The news comes just more than a year after Toobin, who was embarrassed after being caught masturbating during an online New Yorker staff meeting,

returned to CNN after an eight-month break. The well-known magazine fired the contributor and Emmy winner in November 2020. At the same time, CNN,

which was run at the time by Jeff Zucker, didn't suspend or fire Toobin, but they did let him take some time off. When Toobin went back on CNN in June 2021,

he said that what he had done was "deeply stupid and unjustifiable." He also said, "I didn't think I was on the call." I didn't believe anyone could see me. "

Even though the author of True Crimes and Misdemeanors, the Investigation of Donald Trump, was sorry when he went back on TV,

it was clear that some on-air talent and executives on the cable news channel were uncomfortable with him being there.

Even though Toobin just gave his opinion on Anderson Cooper's show a few days ago, sources tell me that his time at CNN was already looking limited

with the new leadership of former Late Show producer Chris Licht. CNN, which is owned by Warner Bros. Discovery, said after Toobin announced his departure,

"We're grateful for all he's done for the network over the years and wish him the best in his future endeavours." People had thought that Toobin's contract with CNN would not be renewed.

Today, he didn't wait to be pushed. Instead, he jumped. In 2000, Toobin won an Emmy for his coverage of the public custody battle over Elián González.

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