(Paul Mirengoff) The Daily Princetonian reports that during the 2012 presidential campaign, 157 Princeton University faculty and staff members donated directly to the presidential candidates. Two of them gave to Mitt Romney; the rest gave to President Obama. Show More Summary
Evander Holyfield says he's giving Mitt Romney the GREEN LIGHT to pummel his face in their upcoming charity boxing match... if the Mitt can get past his impregnable defense. FYI -- 52-year-old Holyfield is squaring off with…
Harry Reid announced he will retire; he looks forward to spending more time with his family in an armchair, staring blankly ahead and crushing walnuts with his bare hands. Dick Durbin agreed to support Chuck Schumer as Democratic leader, likely on the condition that a Schumwich never appear in the U.S. Show More Summary
During the tail end of an interview in July 2012, then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was asked about Mitt Romney’s reluctance to release his tax returns. The question was whether, in some hypothetical universe, the Senate would confirm a nominee without further disclosure of his personal finances. Show More Summary
Jimmy Fallon took an unconventional approach to interviewing Mitt Romney: He interviewed him as Mitt Romney. I know that Mr. Romney isn't exactly know for his emotiveness (as evidenced by the joke about his laughter in this video), but...Show More Summary
In an exclusive interview with Mitt Romney on Thursday's NBC Today, co-host Savannah Guthrie wondered if the 2012 presidential contender would have traded five Taliban terrorists for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl if commander-in-chief: "It was controversial. Show More Summary
He may be 68, but Mitt Romney comes across like any other hipster when it comes to posting Meerkat videos.The former White House candidate experimented with the live-streaming app following his TODAY interview Thursday with Savannah Guthrie. It wasn’t his first time trying the app.
While interviewing former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday's NBC Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon argued that if the Netflix documentary Mitt about the GOP candidate had been released before the 2012 election, voters may have made a different choice: "Because gosh, it was fantastic. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney seems like such a congenial guy when he's not running for president and therefore is just able to cut loose a little. Case in point: Romney appeared on Wednesday's (March 25) episode of "The Tonight Show," where he participated...Show More Summary
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The former Massachusetts governor joins Jimmy Fallon for "Mitt in the Mirror."
Mitt Romney gave his position on possibly becoming a vice presidential candidate in 2016 to Savannah Guthrie on the "Today" show on NBC on Thursday.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, came face-to-face with "The Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon -- literally. For the skit “Mitt in the Mirror,” Romney had a deep discussion with the person he saw...Show More Summary
It's not too bad
Jimmy Fallon has some pretty huge cojones! Who else would have the balls to do their best Mitt Romney impression… right in front of Mitt Romney?? Yup, Jimmy totally plays Mitt's reflection in a hilarious sketch! What's most impressive is Fallon gets Mitt to even do an awful impression of himself! That laugh!! We love how since Mitt [...]
"We’ve got turmoil in the Middle East, an immigration crisis here at home, and now Zayn’s quit One Direction — thanks, Obama!" read more
Mitt Romney becomes pretty likable once there's no chance of him becoming President of the United States. The not presidential candidate played a good sport on Wednesday night's edition of The Tonight Show in a skit with Jimmy Fallon. Read more...
Mitt Romney knows there is no greater support system than your own reflection. (Whether his reflection voted for him is another matter.) So before Romney appeared on Wednesday's Tonight Show, he sat down for a chat with his friend in...Show More Summary
Mitt Romney tries his hand at "The Tonight Show's" most self-deprecating sketch
He never takes himself too seriously, and Mitt Romney had a blast during his visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night (March 25). The former Presidential candidate opened up his time on the program with a silly “Mitt...Show More Summary