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Steve Harvey doesn’t care what anyone has to say about the way he lives his life, clearly.

Just a couple of months after being dragged by the world for the savage leaked memo  he wrote to his staff, the talk show host is finally addressing the scandal, but he’s not apologizing for it.  While promoting his new talk show, Steve, during a TCA panel in Los Angeles on Thursday, the comedian was asked if he’d be sending the same kind of note to his new employees. Steve replied, “I learned two things from the email: Number one, I can’t write, and number two, I should never write. I was okay until I saw it on CNN and then I knew I was in a lot of trouble. It’s not a big deal to me. I’m not a mean-spirited guy. I’m a congenial guy.”

You may recall that in the memo that leaked back in May, Steve urged his employees “Do not come to my dressing room unless invited. Do not approach me while I’m in the makeup chair unless I ask to speak with you directly.”

After screwing up the Miss  Universe pageant results and meeting with Donald Trump at Trump Tower, Steve Harvey may want to be a little more careful with how he moves the rest of the year.

Are you here for his pseudo apology?

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