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News Anchors Lose It After Interviewing Olympic Swimmer [VIDEO]

In radio and TV, we get to interview a lot of cool people. Sometimes the interviews go well. Sometimes the person we’re interviewing is dumb as a fencepost and then after we hang up we make fun of them. This is one of those sometimes.

Remember the London 2012 Olympic Games? Remember swimmer Michael Phelps? Remember the guy always over Michael’s shoulder? His name is Ryan Lochte and he has a new reality show called What Would Ryan Lochte Do? Ryan is doing a press tour right now to promote the show and these anchors had a lot of fun with the interview, but after Ryan couldn’t hear what they were saying.

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