Chris Cuomo had a nice day on his boat, but when he docked it, he was torpedoed.
The 51-year-old CNN anchor is currently on his "long-planned" vacation, but that didn't stop one hungry photographer from bombarding him with questions about his disgraced brother New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's sexual harassment scandal.
Chris was spotted enjoying a day out on his boat in Sag Harbor in Long Island, NY on Tuesday -- the same day Andrew announced he was resigning from his position.
The CNN host is battling controversy of his own, after it was reported he worked behind the scenes in an attempt to help his brother.
As Radar exclusively reported, hungry sharks -- including Dana Bash -- are now gunning for Chris' job, as viewers call for CNN to take action against their star.
But Chris was cool as a cucumber when bombarded with questions about Andrew's mess.
Wearing a blue polo and gray shorts, the usually suited TV personality kept it casual in boat shoes, a black visor, and retro aviator sunglasses in his first sighting since Andrew's long-winded press conference where he claimed he "never crossed a line with anyone."
Chris failed to respond to any questions surrounding the accusations against his brother but stayed calm as the Fox News photographer fired away.
When asked if he's talked to Andrew, Chris responded, "Of course I have."
Andrew's resignation came one week after Attorney General Letitia James released a report that found he had sexually harassed 11 women, including former and current state employees.
His replacement will be Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul, who will take over in 14 days. She will be making history as New York's first female governor.
As for Chris, he might want to watch out. Insiders tell Radar, Dana would be happy to be his permanent replacement on CNN.
“TV is the most competitive business in the World. The sharks can smell blood in the water at CNN and are ready to attack. Chris has been badly damaged by his brother, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, giving Dana an opportunity to shine,” sources say.