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Bay Shore brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus (Credit: Handout)

Bay Shore brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, first appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show in May to share their knowledge of U.S. presidents.

Bay Shore boys become 'Ellen' correspondents

Rainer Pasca, 6, and his brother Atticus Muuss, 4, of Bay Shore, appeared on three episodes of the Ellen show and attended the Republican and Democratic national conventions as Ellen show political correspondents.

Brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4,
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Brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, of Bay Shore, interview Michelle Obama at the Democratic National Convention as political correspondents for the Ellen DeGeneres show.

Rainer Pasca, 6, and his brother Atticus Muuss,
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Rainer Pasca, 6, and his brother Atticus Muuss, 4, get ready for their first day of school in September. The Bay Shore boys appeared on three episodes of the Ellen Degeneres show and attended the Republican and Democratic national conventions as the show's political correspondents.

Bay Shore brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus
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Bay Shore brothers Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, first appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show in May to share their knowledge of U.S. presidents.

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Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, both
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Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, both of Bay Shore, try on fake sideburns with Anderson Cooper while interviewing him at the Democratic National Convention for the Ellen show. The boys were given the sideburns by Michelle Obama during the same trip because Atticus' favorite president is Martin Van Buren, who had iconic sideburns.

Atticus Muuss, 4, and his brother Rainer Pasca,
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Atticus Muuss, 4, and his brother Rainer Pasca, 6, dressed as past presidents for Halloween. Earlier this year, they appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show to demonstrate their knowledge of U.S. presidents. The brothers also attended the Democratic and Republican national conventions as political correspondents for the show.

Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, of
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Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, of Bay Shore, to get know CNN anchor Soledad O'Brien at the Democratic National Convention.

Bay Shore brothers Atticus Muuss, 4, and Rainer
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Bay Shore brothers Atticus Muuss, 4, and Rainer Pasca, 6, are presented with their own personalized campaign material by Ellen DeGeneres on her show in September. The boys, who plan to run for office in 2040, attended the Democratic and Republican national conventions for Ellen as political correspondents.

Terri Muuss and Matt Pasca join their sons
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Terri Muuss and Matt Pasca join their sons Rainer Pasca, 6, and Atticus Muuss, 4, after the boys interviewed Michelle Obama during the Democratic National Convention as political correspondents for the Ellen show.

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