Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Prime Day Deals
    11:01 Deals

    Check these early Prime Day deals with prices so low, it’s like Amazon made a mistak…

  2. Amazon Deals
    07:59 Deals

    10 deals you don’t want to miss on Sunday: Free $25 Amazon credit, $230 Windows 10 l…

  3. Mattress Topper Amazon
    14:44 Deals

    33,000 Amazon shoppers say this mattress topper deserves 5 stars – today it’s…

  4. Fire TV Stick Prime Day Deal
    15:07 Deals

    Oops! Did Amazon’s $18 Fire TV Stick Lite deal just show up early?

  5. Best Smart Home Devices 2021
    08:45 Deals

    10 smart home devices on Amazon you’ll wonder how you ever lived without

Watch Mitt Romney read mean tweets from Donald Trump on Jimmy Kimmel Live

March 9th, 2016 at 10:27 AM
Mitt Romney Mean Tweets Donald Trump

Shortly before one of the strangest Republican primary debates of any election season, Mitt Romney reentered the political arena to plead with the constituents of his party to vote for anyone but Donald J. Trump.

As you might expect, this didn’t go over very well with Trump or his supporters, but Jimmy Kimmel realized that the fallout of Romney’s remarks would make perfect fodder for his ever-dependable Mean Tweets segment.

DON’T MISS: Ex-boyfriend brilliantly trolls woman who won’t return iPhone he gave her as a gift

On Tuesday night, Mitt Romney visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss the presidential election, explain in detail why he didn’t think Trump would be cut out for the job, and, of course, to read some tweets from the Donald himself:

It’s not the most entertaining of the Mean Tweets videos, but props to Romney for reading insults addressed to himself from a man who could be president one day on national television. And in regards to the last tweet he read, I’d be willing to chip in a few dollars to see Romney crying in a Chuck E. Cheese ball pit too.

For a slightly more serious discussion between Kimmel and Romney regarding Trump’s wildly successful campaign, you can watch this clip from last night’s show as well (but be warned, it’s not nearly as funny):

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

Popular News