Don Lemon Height

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American television journalist, Don Lemon is best known for being a host on CNN.

Don Lemon's Height Squeezed!

Don Lemon’s height is listed everywhere on the internet as 6 feet. This listing stems from Don’s own claim where he said that he is “6 feet even”.

After taking a hard look at Mr. Lemon’s elegant stature, we have to say that his claim about his height might be correct with some expensive shoes on. But without them -- we aren't sure.

Like, Don looks barely any taller than a 5 feet 10 inches tall Anderson Cooper, and a 6’2” Chris Cuomo seems to have several inches on Don Lemon.

After some more such height comparisons we are now positive that Don isn't as tall as he claims to be -- well not surprising for a news host -- even if it is CNN.

This makes Don Lemon around half a foot taller than his counterparts Greg Gutfield (reportedly 5'5") and 2.5 inches shorter than Tucker Carlson -- who is 6 feet and half an inch tall.

The real height of Don Lemon is

5 ft 11 in (180 cm)

Don Lemon standing with Jason Momoa and Tom Cruise
Don Lemon standing with Jason Momoa (6 ft 4 in) and Tom Cruise (almost 5 ft 8 in)

Here are some more of Don Lemon's quotes

Don Lemon on true freedom.

You don't have true freedom until you allow a diversity of opinions and a diversity of voices.

On children born out of wedlock.

More than 72 percent of children in the African-American community are born out of wedlock. That means absent fathers.

On being gay.

I was born gay, just as I was born black.

On silence.

There's a degree of deception in silence.

On learning lessons.

I think there's always a lesson you can learn from any situation.

Being the hardest working man in the biz.

Many people who know me call me 'the hardest working man in the news business' because you're never, ever going to outwork me.

How to not encounter the American health care system.

The best way not to encounter America's health care system is not to have to encounter it.

On hypocrisy.

I abhor hypocrisy.

On Louisiana.

I love Louisiana. There's no place on earth like Louisiana, and there's no city on earth like New Orleans. I grew up in Baton Rouge.

Being gay doesn't...

Being gay doesn't take your brain away or exclude me from having the same attributes as anyone else.

On having a baby.

Just because you can have a baby, it doesn't mean you should. Especially without planning for one or getting married first.

On Michael Jackson's greatness.

Michael Jackson is an accidental civil rights leader - an accidental pioneer. He broke ground and barriers in so many different realms in artistry, in pictures, in movies, in music, you name it.

On disagreement.

If I have my opinion about something, you have your opinion about something, we don't have to fight over it. And we can have a conversation. We can also disagree without being disagreeable, and we can just disagree, which is fine. It doesn't mean that I don't like you, or you don't like me. We just disagree.

How to be transparent.

In order to be transparent, you really have to be completely honest and open, so that's how I've lived my life, and that's where I am now. I am completely transparent. There's nothing that you can't ask me and nothing I won't talk about.

On learning.

When you learn, you grow. You have to stretch, and it's not easy. You know, if you're working out your muscles, if you're doing whatever, it's gonna hurt a little bit.