Anderson Cooper kept up his criticism of Alec Baldwin's recent anti-gay comments on his Monday night show.
Cooper was one of the most prominent members of the media to attack Baldwin after his altercation with a photographer. Baldwin appeared to call the man a "c-ksucking f-g," though he denied using the latter term. He was suspended by MSNBC for two weeks for his comments, and apologized.
Speaking to a panel on Monday's "AC360 Later," Cooper laid into Baldwin, calling him a liar for saying that he was unaware that "c-ksucking" could be used in a homophobic way.
"For him to say, I was informed of this afterward, I mean come on!" he said.
He later added that he didn't understand why Baldwin was getting a "pass" for his comments.
"If Alec Baldwin had yelled the n-word to that photographer, or yelled some anti-Jewish slur, it would be over!" he said.