GMA’s David Muir elicits emotional reaction with latest post as fans send support

Ahad Sanwari

David Muir is as steadfast as he can get when it comes to his work as a journalist, and fans got to see him with his latest post as they were made emotional.

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the Hello america anchor shared a photograph from his story in Kentucky, which was ravaged by a tornado that left several dead and more missing.

In the photo, he was standing in front of a building that had been blown apart by the winds as he prepared for his shot while reporting.

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“Prayers for Kentucky,” he captioned the post simply, and fans flooded the comments section with their own prayers.

“Send our thoughts and prayers for Kentucky,” one wrote, with another saying, “Prayer for all affected and for those who perished,” and others like Deborah Roberts sending praying emojis.

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Many also took the moment to congratulate David on his heart-wrenching reporting from the scene, as one commented, “Thank you David for your reporting from KY last night. It’s heartbreaking.”

Another added: “Good job on GMA this morning, you are by far the best”, while a third said: “I pray for you too David. Please be careful, please. pleases. “


David’s photo of tornado-ravaged Kentucky left many fans in tears

the News from the world tonight The star has never shied away from bringing to light more difficult and serious issues affecting people around the world, making a big impact with an emotional issue he brought to light.

David recently shared a photo of himself surrounded by several children from southern Madagascar.

He used the image to point out that many of these children would be on the verge of starvation due to the disastrous effects of climate change.

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David captioned the heartbreaking photo with: “Children desperately need help tomorrow. UN warns southern Madagascar is on the brink of first climate change-linked famine.

“There is no war, no conflict, no terror here – it’s due to the climate. I hope you’ll watch @abcworldnewstonight and a special edition of @nightline.”

ABC anchor sheds light on the problem of famine linked to climate change in southern Madagascar

However, his efforts to draw attention to the problem were not in vain, as he recently revealed that since reporting on it, over $ 3.2 million was raised for the cause.

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