On Thursday, CPSAN indefinitely suspended Political Editor Steve Scully who was supposed to be moderating the 2nd Presidential Debate, for lying about his Twitter account when he claimed it was “hacked” earlier in the month.
CSPAN made the decision to suspend Scully after he admitted to lying about how his account was hacked.
“By not being immediately forthcoming to C-SPAN and the commission about his tweet, he understands that he made a serious mistake. We were very saddened by this news and do not condone his actions,” said C-SPAN in a statement.
In his own statement, Scully said he sent out a tweet to Scaramucci “out of frustration,” and then decided to lie about it after the tweet “created new controversy.”
“These were both errors in judgement for which I am totally responsible. I apologize,” said Scully.
C-SPAN continued in their own statement: “During his 30 years at