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The newsreader said he was missing his colleagues at the BBC.
"It was a poor choice of word perhaps but that’s live broadcasting," the presenter tweeted on Friday morning.
The presenter said his BBC News role leaves him “absolutely knackered physically” but “mentally rejuvenated”.
“A picture of a different and wholly unconnected player was shown. We apologise for that mistake.”
"That’s a bit of good news for the day, I suppose, isn’t it?”
The BBC presenter was quick to respond after the deputy PM called her impartiality into question.
"Some of you might have noticed something pretty unusual... let me just explain what was happening."
"I’ve just had a little bit of croissant and I’m just finishing it, I’m ashamed to say that."
This is the latest example of the war on facts as Russia continues to attack its neighboring country.