Courtney Kube,a National Security correspondent was explaining the situation of Syria in a live television news program when her young son walked up to her on the set and nudged her to get her attention. The video clip quickly went viral. It collected over 2 million views and the internet lauded the clip. In the clip, the reporter can be seen discussing the Turkish airstrikes in Syria and her young boy repeatedly calling his mother to get her attention.
While Kube continues to speak on camera, the little boy takes a step forward to get his mother’s attention. The mother remained extremely calm and even gave a smile on the camera. She can be heard saying, "Excuse me, my kids are here. Live television!” The channel quickly shifts to a graphic explaining the ongoing crisis in Syria. The reporter then returns and continues talking about the situation in the Middle East.
As mentioned on @Morning_Joe today, here’s the time Baby Girl Ainsley made herself known to the world by causing a little morning sickness on national television. Coming January 2020! pic.twitter.com/CfVIuifE2W— Julia E. Ainsley (@JuliaEAinsley) September 10, 2019
The video clip was shared on the news channel's official Twitter handle. The news channel wrote in the tweet, "Sometimes unexpected breaking news happens while you’re reporting breaking news. #MSNBCMoms #workingmoms." The clip quickly went viral and gained over 2 million views. People lauded the news network for allowing reporters to bring their children to the studio. Many users praised working moms and Kube for swiftly handling the situation. Even Dictionary.com got involved with a definition of juggling and others to check out the definition of working motherhood.
Juggling. Verb. Keeping (several objects, as balls, plates, tenpins, or knives) in continuous motion in the air simultaneously by tossing and catching.— Dictionary.com (@Dictionarycom) October 9, 2019
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