Golden Retriever Snatches Microphone From Moscow Journalist The reporter chased down the dog, and the camera person followed the action. The dog later returned for another live appearance. The reporter gave it a scratch between the ears.
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Golden Retriever Snatches Microphone From Moscow Journalist

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Golden Retriever Snatches Microphone From Moscow Journalist

Golden Retriever Snatches Microphone From Moscow Journalist

Golden Retriever Snatches Microphone From Moscow Journalist

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The reporter chased down the dog, and the camera person followed the action. The dog later returned for another live appearance. The reporter gave it a scratch between the ears.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. When broadcasting live news, you must be prepared for anything.

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NADEZHDA SEREZHKINA: (Non-English language spoken).

INSKEEP: A golden retriever snatched the microphone from a journalist in Moscow. Everybody's news reflexes worked. The reporter chased down the dog, the cameraperson followed the action, and the dog later returned for another live shot, as the reporter gave it a scratch between the ears. It's MORNING EDITION.

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