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NBC News correspondent Kristen Dahlgren found herself on the receiving end of some cutting wit during an interview with 11-year-old Faith Murray, a blind girl who has played a large role in the creation of Talking Information Network, "a radio station in Massachusetts for the visually impaired."


During the interview, Dahlgren asked:

"Is there anything you can't do, Faith?"

Accepting no nonsense, Faith replied:

"See."

Dahlgren then chose to further pursue the line of questioning, asking again:

"Is there anything other than that?"

Faith didn't seem too interested in following this angle:

"Errr...no."

The exchange was captured on video and has gone viral on Twitter with over 134k retweets and 6.62 million views!

Twitter never fails to recognize someone with as much sass as Faith!




Someone's going to have to help Dahlgren recover from all that attitude.




The internet couldn't stop laughing...





Other Twitter users couldn't help but notice the chyron, the text that appears at the bottom of news videos, in the clip also seemed to be poking fun at the situation.


Meanwhile, Faith reminded many of Toph, the blind earth-bender from Avatar: The Last Airbender.




Hopefully Dahlgren learned her lesson.


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