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The clip has garnered over 190,000 views so far and has garnered some interesting reactions from users.

TV watchers in the US were in for a pleasant surprise when they saw the news of the head of Germany’s central bank stepping down. Bloomberg TV saw Jacob Funk Kierkegaard, a senior fellow at the German Marshall Fund, lined up to discuss the resignation of Bundesbank chairman Jens Weidmann. As Guest analyzed the economic impact of the resignation, his younger son was seen dancing and bouncing in the background and making a face at the camera.

The child made every effort to focus on him, prompting the TV host to ask Mr. Kierkegaard, “Does your son work for the Greek government?” Realizing that his son had done something behind his back, Mr Kierkegaard laughed and said that the children are “very difficult to suppress”.

Sharing a video of the incident, a Twitter user wrote, “Impressive work by this young man on Bloomberg TV this morning. Proves what I’ve always said: mindless dancing in the background in every report about the Bundesbank Children should be involved.”

The clip has garnered over 190,000 views so far and has garnered some interesting reactions from users.

One of them said, “It’s hard to do that – focusing when you know something’s going on behind you. The joy of working from home. Jacob Funk Kierkegaard This is a must have for memory book.”

Another wrote, “Maybe he (the kid) is bored and wants to get his father back, that’s exactly my nephew’s reaction when I Facetime my sister a little more than me.”

The pandemic has forced many of us to work from home. And such incidents have come to the fore from all over the world.

In July 2020, a live interview on BBC News was derailed when a child demanded his mother to know who she was talking to, interrupting the discussion.

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