The Food Network star said, « It was a very bad use of judgment [sic] and bad taste. »
On Wednesday, the 58-year-old Food Network star apologized after a « false mention » in the series of deleted tweets that has since been deleted that he had posted the day before
“I apologize for the false reference to the Holocaust in my tweet last night,” Brown said. It was not a reference to humor, but rather reflects how much I fear our country.
Earlier in the week, the Good Eats host revealed in a now-deleted tweet that he had voted Republicans most of his life, according to the New York Daily News.
“I have voted Republicans most of my life. I consider myself a conservative. I want to believe that there are still“ very good ”people on both sides of the aisle, as he originally tweeted, in The Outlet, referring to a quote President Donald Trump said in 2017
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Next, Brown added, « But If #GOP leaders don’t extract their collective noses from this guy’s back, we’ll have your words as he later made it clear that he supported Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential campaign
The thread of tweets drew quick reactions from fans of the chef and the author, with some praising Brown for his opinion while others said they were upset with him because of his political choices.
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Responding to a fan who wrote that they are « not angry, just incredibly disappointed » with Brown, Iron Chef America commentator replied again with his own view on fan disappointment
“Honestly, you have no right to be disappointed with nothing at all.” “I used my own platform to express my opinion. You may hate me, for sure but my disappointment in myself should be reserved for bad recipes.”
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