Trump has 'huge' impact on funniest news of 2017

Welcome, news lovers.

The year 2017 has flown by, and that means it’s time for WND’s annual roundup of the funniest news stories of the year.

This is the first year we’re dealing with Donald Trump as president, and his entrance onto the world stage has made an immediate impact, as will become quite obvious as you read the stories below.

The best video bomb ever

Robert Kelly gets a surprise visit from his children during a live interview with BBC News.

We live in an extraordinary time when millions of people around the world have the ability to work from the comfort of their own home. But sometimes, such a convenience comes at a price.

Robert Kelly, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, found that out as he was being interviewed by BBC News.

Kelly is an associate professor of political science at Pusan National University in South Korea, and during serious questioning about the ouster of the country’s president, Park Geun-hye, a golden moment of comedy in the annals of television history was created.

Forgetting to lock the door to his office, Kelly’s 4-year-old daughter, Marion, barges into the room, marching with a super-confident swagger, followed by her baby brother, James, who floats into the scene [READ MORE HERE]

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