Apparently, there is a cab in Washington, DC in which passengers can sing karaoke on the way to their destination. And apparently — as NBC’s Savannah Guthrie found out for a “Today” show segment — karaoke is a great way to embarrass your co-workers. In this case, NBC’s chief White House correspondent Chuck Todd, who joined Guthrie in the karaoke cab for a duet of sorts.
As for what songs they sang, well, there are some things you just have to see with your own two eyes. Watch from the 2:55 mark:
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