Two years after Zoom incident, Jeffrey Toobin leaving CNN

NEW YORK -

Jeffrey Toobin, who rejoined CNN as a legal analyst after stepping away in the wake of exposing himself to colleagues in a Zoom call, said Friday that he was leaving the network after 20 years.

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