Now That’s A Bad First Day On The Job
Yesterday was supposed to be reporter A.J. Clemente’s first day as an news anchor at a North Dakota NBC affiliate.
NBC’s AJ Clemente had a pretty rough Sunday.
As the local North Dakota news anchor prepared for his debut on the network’s evening news program, he uttered some words that were considered pretty inappropriate for broadcast television.
“F—ing sh-t,” he was heard whispering into his mic as an announcer introduced the show. It was Clemente’s very first moment on air, and also his last for a bit of time. He was later suspended for using profanity and his coanchor, Van Tieu, opened up the 10:00 p.m. news hour with an apology.
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Update:Clemente has announced on his Twitter feed that he has been fired.