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New Record! Hide-And-Seek Champion Goes Undetected For 12 Weeks Posing As CNN Anchor

New Record!  Hide-And-Seek Champion Goes Undetected For 12 Weeks Posing As CNN Anchor

This year, the annual Hide-and-go-seek championship was held in Atlanta, Georgia and 6 year old, Jeremy Dawson went home with the trophy.

Jeremy, from Buffalo, NY won the competition in record-breaking fashion by sneaking into the nearby CNN studios and hosting a prime-time nightly show. Despite being on national TV every weeknight, Jeremy went completely hidden from most of the western hemisphere.

“I just figured none of the other kids would look in the airport!” Jeremy yelled while hoisting the trophy over his head as confetti fell down.

When the starter pistol sounded, Jeremy ran down to the CNN campus and sputtered out a rehearsed speech calling President Trump a racist to a security guard.

“Yes, Mr. Zucker, you know that new progressive voice you’re looking for?!” the guard yelled into his walkie-talkie. “Well, listen to this!” he said holding it close to Jeremy’s rant.

Hours later the 6-year-old was named the new host of “Jeremy Tonight”. As planned, he was completely unseen by the outside world despite the show airing for 12 weeks.

While Jeremy has a stranglehold on the Junior league hide-and-go-seek record, he has his work cut out for him when he enters the adult league where many of Hillary Clinton’s aides are still apparently hiding.