The danger of the ambush interview

Today’s viral video, coupled with what we learned from Helen Thomas’ man-on-the-street interview a week or so ago, is a good reminder that if someone sticks a camera in your face on the sidewalk, it’s good for your career to keep walking:


Today’s viral video, coupled with what we learned from Helen Thomas’ man-on-the-street interview a week or so ago, is a good reminder that if someone sticks a camera in your face on the sidewalk, it’s good for your career to keep walking:

(h/t: Sean Collins)

  • Bob Moffitt

    The Congressman should put this own his campaign website, with the caption: “Fighting for YOU in Washington.” If this is going viral anyhow, why not have it have it go viral on you campaign website?

  • Heather

    Well played, Bob Moffitt!!!

  • http://www.trailblz.com Brian Hanf

    I have a client, Renee Ellmers, running against this guy. Renee Ellmers is doing very well on the donation front today.

  • nt

    Give me a break. The kids deserved it. Isn’t the start of an interview, “Hi my name is Bob Collins and I’m with MPR…” non-negotiable?

  • Aaron

    Yes the kid acted inappropriately, but you should NEVER touch anyone.