Following in the footsteps of Barack Obama, Chris Christie, and of course Brian Williams, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney joined Jimmy Fallon for what could very well be the last “Slow Jam the News” session before the host leaves Late Night for the Tonight Show.
The bit gave Romney a chance to simultaneously air his criticisms of President Obama’s second term and the continue the campaign to humanize himself after his 2012 loss.
When he brought up the troubled Obamacare rollout with its website “glitches,” Fallon chimed in with, “Glitch, please.” The highlight of the whole thing came near the end when Romney confirmed that he will not be seeking presidential “sloppy thirds” but will be supporting whoever the Republican nominee ends up being “100%.”
“Don’t you mean 47%?” Fallon asked.
“That’s a low blow, but it’s pretty funny,” the slightly amused Romney responded.
Watch video below, via NBC:
[photo via screengrab]
Have a tip we should know? email@example.com