New Hampshire State Trooper Hilariously Interrupts Reporter in Broken-Down Car During Live Interview
"Paul, I am so sorry, it looks a state trooper has stopped to see you," the anchor told political reporter Paul Steinhauser.
A New Hampshire state trooper hilariously interrupted a live TV interview Tuesday.
When political reporter Paul Steinhauser's car broke down, he didn't let it stop him from doing his job, taking the opportunity to do an interview with CBSN.
What he didn't anticipate was the interview being interrupted.
As Steinhauser was speaking about the New Hampshire primary, the trooper knocked on the car door.
"Paul, I am so sorry, it looks a state trooper has stopped to see you," the anchor told Steinhauser.
The anchor commended Steinhauser for his work ethic.
"You are a true professional. Thank you for your dedication," the anchor said.
"I have done a lot of live shots in a lot of places but never in a broken down car on the side of a highway," Steinhauser said.
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