MSNBC isn't the only one apologizing over the way it handled Cinco de Mayo — "Good Morning America" co-host Lara Spencer is saying sorry, too.
On Monday morning, Spencer donned a sombrero, picked up a margarita, and announced that it was "Cinco de Drinko," otherwise known as "the biggest day of the year for margarita sales."other critics:
Quinones — who had earlier said that "GMA" and other newsrooms could have averted such situations if they were more diverse — responded:
— Lara Spencer (@LaraSpencer) May 6, 2014
Thanks, Lara. I know you meant no harm. RT @LaraSpencer: Got carried w excitement over Cinco de Mayo celebration on GMA-sorry and thankful
— John Quinones (@JohnQABC) May 6, 2014
MSNBC also had to apologize on Tuesday after its offensive Cinco de Mayo segment on "Way Too Early."