A local news anchor in Philadelphia shocked his colleagues by jokingly praising Kellyanne Conway's prowess with "bullsh*t."
Mike Jerrick, a morning news anchor for WTXF-TV, was taking part in a discussion Monday morning about Conway defending White House spokesman Sean Spicer's lies as "alternative facts," reported Mediaite.
The show's producers showed a clip of Conway's remarks the previous day to NBC News, and guest Renee Amoore -- deputy chair of the Pennsylvania GOP and a member of the Trump transition team -- praised her as "good."
“She’s good at bullsh*t," Jerrick quickly corrected.
Amoore hooted in delight, but Jerrick's co-anchor instantly apologized to viewers.
"Yeah, we're sorry for that," said co-anchor Alex Holley, as Amoore laughed and Jerrick offered his own apology. "Let's move along."