CNN Business Anchor Richard Quest.

CNN business anchor Richard Quest has suspended special live coverage of events in Kenya following Wednesday’s i*******s in the US where suspected e*******e devices were sent to top Democrats including Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, as well as CNN.

Wednesday’s i******t two days after a pipe b**b was found at the home of liberal philanthropist and financier George Soros in the suburbs of New York City.

CNN’s New York office was e*******d on Wednesday morning after a suspected b**b was sent to their mailroom.

In a tweet, Quest said the special live broadcast of his popular programme, Quest Means Business, which was to air ahead of Kenya Airway’s inaugural flight to New York on October 28 will be rescheduled.

President D**********p said that the threats “have no place in America”.

Speaking at the White House, Mr Trump said that he has been briefed by the FBI and “a major federal investigation is now under way”.

“The safety of the American people is my highest and absolute priority,” he said.

“In these times we just have to unify. We need to come together and send one very clear unmistakable message that threats or acts of political v******e of any kind have no place in America.”

There were varied reactions from Kenyans on Twitter with some saying his explanation did not hold water since “there are no e********s in Kenya.

However, others said his reasons were plausible. During the programme, Quest was to interview former Safaricom CEO Michael Joseph on the telco’s 18-year journey.

  • Additional reporting by BBC. 



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