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There have been more than a few political interview disasters that ruined careers – and many of them are some of the craziest events caught on camera. Whether it’s Richard Nixon being interviewed by David Frost, Jeremy Paxman grilling Michael Howard, or rugby player Mal Meninga getting cold feet and walking out of the studio, these are all examples of bad media interviews. WatchMojo counts down ten of the most embarrassing political interviews ever.
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00:31 #10: Jaymes Diaz Forgets the 6 Point Plan (2013)
01:04 #9: Michael Grimm Threatens NY1 Reporter (2014)
02:23 #8: Michael Howard Grilled By Jeremy Paxman (1997)
03:31 #7: Adam Boulton vs Alastair Campbell (2010)
04:25 #6: David Frost Interviewing Richard Nixon (1977)
05:20 #5: Diane Abbott Walks Off for a Phone Call (2012)
06:16 #4: Mal Meninga’s 28 Second Career (2001)
07:12 #3, #2 & #1 ????
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