Farting, fighting... same thing, right?
One MSNBC anchor had a broadcast she will never, ever forget after she accidentally said "farting" instead of "fighting" on live television. Anchorwoman Stephanie Ruhle was reporting on the California wildfires when the blooper took place.
— Your buddy Dave🎱 (@davesplash) August 7, 2018
Ruhle apologized for her mistake, but struggled to keep a straight face during the otherwise serious broadcast. Like always, Twitter had some things to say about the now-viral incident.
— Ann Marie (@annmarie72714) August 7, 2018
...That time when Mike Flynn scolded me for asking about Russia... https://t.co/KW9BpT8B83
— Stephanie Ruhle (@SRuhle) November 24, 2017
I absolutely love Stephanie ruhle. She said "California is farting" just now and I love her more.
— madman (@SOMAMadman) August 7, 2018
"I absolutely love Stephanie ruhle. She said 'California is farting' just now and I love her more!" wrote one Twitter user while others praised her professionalism. We're just saying this will go down in news anchor history, right next to this guy.
Scroll through below to see more on the devastating wildfires:
- This article was initially published on AOL.com: News anchor's 'farting' slip-up on live television sets the internet aflame