For as much as I make fun of TV news anchors, one does have to bring a certain skill set to the job. For instance, you can’t be scared out of your mind when the camera goes on.
A.J. Clemente found that out this weekend in North Dakota. The West Virginia grad succumbed to his nerves during his first anchor shot. First, he muttered profanities under his breath as the news started, then he bumbled his way through his introduction.
WARNING! What he says is not remotely safe for work or young ears.
Later, his co-anchor had to give this apology statement.
He will probably wind up along a bridge and kick a dog over the side like this guy.