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TV anchor delivers the perfect side eye while listening to a Trump supporter

Former Australian government MP Ross Cameron came on to Sky News, dressed in his best Trump-Pence finery, to defend Donald Trump's "grab them by the pussy" comments. Cameron's main point was that Trump's vulgar comments were actually a "victory for women." Sky News anchor Janine Perrett, understandably, could not control her side-eye during the rant. SEE ALSO: News anchors' reactions to the 'most desirable face' are pure magic This was unforgettable TV.
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