A news anchor in Texas was caught on-air Wednesday night mocking former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s voice while he thought he was off-camera.
KWTX was airing a CBS news segment about Clinton campaigning in Atlantic City, New Jersey and bashing Donald Trump. Just after the CBS video shows Clinton saying the words “Donald Trump,” an unexplained technical error caused the broadcast to return to KWTX’s newsroom, where anchor Gordon Collier was doing an impression of Clinton in a shrill, high-pitched voice.
Collier quickly realized what happened, and recovered as best he could. (RELATED: Parody Video Shows Reporter Getting PTSD From AR-15)
“There we are, I don’t know what’s going on, do you?” he said to co-anchor Julie Hays, who remained silent and simply looked around uncomfortably. The broadcast then restarted the video segment. Once it ended, Collier continued to try recovering from his impression.
“Still not sure what happened there,” he said. (RELATED: Anti-Sharia Video Yanked From YouTube As Hate Speech)
“We’re actually on now,” said Hays. “In case you’re wondering.”
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