Saturday, May 18, 2024

CNN Analyst Breaks Down While Discussing Florida School Shooting: ‘I Can’t Do It, Wolf’ (Watch)

*Philip Mudd, counterterrorism analyst and former deputy director of the FBI’s national security branch, broke down in tears and had to excuse himself while discussing Wednesday’s school shooting in Florida with Wolf Blitzer.

“A child of God is dead. Can not we acknowledge in this country that we cannot accept this?” he said through tears, from a studio in Miami. He then excused himself from the interview, saying, “I can’t do it, Wolf.”

The fatal shooting in Parkland claimed 17 lives and was carried out by a former student of the school using an AR-15 rifle as well as multiple magazines, police say.

Mudd joined the CIA in 1985 and became the deputy director of the organization’s counterterrorist center. In 2005, FBI director Robert Mueller appointed Mudd the first-ever deputy director of the FBI’s national security branch.

Watch his reaction to the shooting below:

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