CNN Host Erin Burnett Cries During Live Interview With Widow Of Coronavirus Victim

CNN host Erin Burnett couldn’t get by way of a stay interview Friday evening earlier than crying throughout an emotional speak with a girl whose husband has simply died from coronavirus issues.

The interview occurred on her Erin Burnett Out Entrance present on CNN. The interview topic, Maura Lewinger of Queens, New York, shared her story about shedding her husband, Joseph, and having to say goodbye over Facetime as he died.

“They put him on a ventilator within the morning and transferred him to ICU, then I spoke to that nurse and he was very reassuring and I requested him to play music and he did,” Lewinger stated.

Then issues took a flip for the more severe.

Later, after one other Facetime session and a sign from medical doctors that they had been “involved,” she acquired horrible information.  The hospital stated they ‘”had thrown the kitchen sink at him and I’m afraid he doesn’t have any extra time,” Lewinger stated.

During their ultimate Facetime goodbyes, “I thanked him for being probably the most superb husband and for making me really feel so cherished and beloved each single day… so, sure, I used to be with him when he handed.”

Burnett tried to ask Lewinger a followup query, however was overcome by her personal grief (see the response round 10:20 on the video beneath).

“I believe your love for him….,” Burnett started, then put her head in her fingers and wept. She shortly recovered. “Sorry, made me cry… it’s a ravishing factor. However I additionally needed everybody to know the love that your neighborhood had on your husband,” Burnett lastly stated.

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