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Great Moments in Broadcasting – Fox Commentator Beans Two Year Old on Live TV, Makes Kid Cry

You’d have a hard time finding someone who feels like a bigger jerk today than Fox and Friends anchor Brian Kilmeade after he made a kid cry on live TV.

Yesterday, they had this toddler named Titus — who has become an Internet sensation because of his amazing basketball skills — out on the street showing off his skills. After one of the shots, the ball got away so Kilmeade fetched it and tossed it back to Titus. But apparently they’ve only taught the two year old to shoot the ball, not how to catch, so Kilmeades’ pass landed right in the little hoopster’s face. Poor kid cried so hard they had to go to commercial.

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