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NBC's national security and military correspondent Courtney Kube was busy with her report on the Syrian crisis on Wednesday morning (local time) when her son suddenly showed up. While some were delighted to see this moment between a mother and her son, some took a hilarious route to react.
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The clip quickly went viral, garnering over 2 million views.
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The footage of the segment was posted online by MSNBC's Twitter account with the fun caption, "Sometimes unexpected breaking news happens while you're reporting breaking news". Several commenters have praised Kube and MSNBC for showing what it can be like to be a working mom. "As soon as I realized he was standing next to me, for a second your heart kind of stops", she said. "I nearly picked him up and put him on my lap, but I was afraid he would lean back against mic". He was smiling and happy.
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