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People are obsessed with how casually Jacinda Ardern reacted to being caught by an earthquake during a live interview.
"We're just having a bit of an earthquake here, Ryan."
Ardern interrupted AM Show presenter Ryan Bridge to inform him that the building was shaking around her, before assuring him that she could continue with the interview.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck New Zealand, causing some buildings to rattle and shake.
When it hit, New Zealan… https://t.co/MJz4Ya9oVZ — Muhammad Lila (@Muhammad Lila)
The 5.8-magnitude earthquake was felt across the country on Sunday at 8:00 am local time (20:00 GMT), but does not appear to have caused any injuries or damages.
That was a sharp shake for a Monday morning, NZ! M5.8, centred 30 kilometres NW of Levin and 45 kilometres deep. We… https://t.co/3mZ2sjbPOj — GeoNet (@GeoNet)
Jacinda Ardern there just casually banging on with her interview during a 5.8 magnitude earthquake. Extremely Jacin… https://t.co/PNCxBL9q91 — Hannah Jane Parkinson (@Hannah Jane Parkinson)
If anyone dares utter the words “women are too emotional to be leaders”, I will just reference Jacinda Ardern smil… https://t.co/IuP7z5ZHSw — Dr. Jennifer Cassidy (@Dr. Jennifer Cassidy)
Jacinda Ardern,inspiration as both person and leader was unflappable during TV interview with an earthquake going o… https://t.co/uHRJMXUxhl — Matthew Payne (@Matthew Payne)
@ScottMorrisonMP @jacindaardern Good on Jacinda,
“If you see things shaking, we’re having a bit of an earthquake.”… https://t.co/85T9By8VWf — SCOTT CHRISTIAN ANDERSON (@SCOTT CHRISTIAN ANDERSON)
@reyloise @tommydub_ She is literally the only person able to beat 2020, and she does it without even breaking a sweat. — Josh Scully (@Josh Scully)
@ABC Jacinda Ardern should be a human right. — Anu (@Anu)
@TIME She sets an exceptionally high benchmark for leadership. — MapsofWorld (@MapsofWorld)
@ABC This lady is unflappable. She’s downright heroic. — Annie Heckenberger (@Annie Heckenberger)
Can't we just borrow her?