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>> dicky:"jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- ray romano and former massachusetts governor mitt romney.he cletones.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks, everybody. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks to all of you for coming.so glad you're with us. but today on this day we're celebrating not one but two holidays today. international women's day, which is a day on whichthe achievements of women around the world and also -- [ cheers and applause ] nationale day we eat pancakes. you know, women and pancakes are two of my favorite kinds of people. [ laughter ] so i came up with a plan tonight to celebrate both. i bought a pancake s is a machine -- i'm going to show it to you in a second. but you can scan an image and the printer will make a pancake out of it. it's called the pancake bot. my wife and this is a quote, "this is the dumbest thing you've ever bought." and i buy a lot of dumb things.
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our kitchen counter for three i have nowhere to put it. but tonight is the night on which my investment pays off. are you ready, guillermo in. >> i'm ready, jimmy.lause ] >> jimmy: in honor of international women's day we have a famous woman's face being pumped onto the griddle right now. is it in progress or is it or what? >> yeah, it's working right now. >> jimmy: it is working. so you can see it's printing it out. takes about, i don't know, ten minutes pers not the ideal product for a large family. but it's fun. and let us know when she's ready, and then we'll have the big reveal whof it is. okay? >> sure, i'll let you: thank you very much. chef guillermo over there. we have a good show for you tonight. from the new hbo series "vinyl" ray romano is with us and applause ] normally that would be plenty. but also, from the popular donald trump reality show, mitt romney is here with us tonight.lause ] you know in the movies when the monster's rampaging through the
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lost and then the government tracks down a scientist who ever come out of us? that's why mitt romney is here tonight. to destroy the donay. [ laughter ] today is what cnn is calling super tuesday 2. there were primaries and s today. mississippi. yesterday. confused. is now. he's been in so many places. took time out of his speech in mississippi to talk about the potatoes in idaho. >> the greatest potato group in the world, idaho. i love idaho. i told them, i just tweeted, i said i love you potatoes, i hope you're going to vote for me. i'll protect you. nobody's going to take those from idaho. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: was there a threat made on the potatoes? because -- is isis planning to tater
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meanwhile, you know, donald trump's nearest competitor, senator ted cruz, was inust not have secret service protection because tmz got right up close to ask ted about his latest piece of campaign cruz, what's going to be good about the yoga mats you got coming out? >> listen, i encourage everyone to go to our website, tedcruz.org, and get a breathe yoga mat. it's very good for ind your head exploding. if you find yourself filled with rage and unable to control yourself. spend some time on the breathe yoga mat. and it will bring you to going to make a heck of a qvc host when he loses this election. [ laughter ] i don't know who -- i'm not sure who would buy a but they're a real thing. they're american made. unlike ted himself. that's not all the cruz campaign has to offer. for the chef in the family you can preorder this, the official ted cruz grill spatula. with the ted flame burning right there in the tula he uses to scoop the gel into his hair.
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merchandise for sale. even the candidates who've dropped out. this is from jeb bush's website.ush guaca bowle. this is a guacamole bowl with jeb's logo on it. now you can do to advocates what jeb bush's spirit. the description says jeb and columba love whipping upy fun day. now you can get into the act with this guaca bowle. recipe not included yet. his secret recipe for guacamole is an avocado and a spoon. [ laughter ] unfortunately since jeb dropped out that is no longer available.rson had some fun items for sale too. like, this the ben carson scrub top, complete with a name tag that says ben carson, pediatric sn't so much a great way to support ben carson as it is a way to impersonate ben carson. [ laughter ] it's a way to do illegal surgery under an assumed name. he also had merchandise for your friends if you're in
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this is a pet bandanna. even the dog looks bored. [ laughter ] that dog hates ben carson. you can tell. marcong an unusual shirt. it's this marco rubeo. [ laughter ] you know, for the one marco rubio supporter who the word bae means. i wonder if they sold any. john kasich's store, not a single item in his store has his face on it, mostldy remembers what he looked like. but look at all this beautiful zazzle style crap. i especially love the sticker in the right-hand corner. k see, "america buckle , dad. [ laughter ] can i borrow 40 bucks while we're at it? rand paul has been gone for quite a while but his campaign store is still open, which means there's a pair of rand paul freedom socks. [ laughter ] imagine how turned on your wife will be when you sashay out of theut a pair of those.
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the way, which is less than eight bucks each. surprisingly, donald trump's shop is slightlythan the other candidates. other than the fact that he's offering 17 different kinds of "make america great again" hats. he's also selling baby you know, babies scream all day also. so that's a perfect gift for them. [ laughter ] [ applause ] doing so great in the merchandise department either. hillary clinton here gets the "mom's trying too hard to be cool in front of her award" for this "yaaas hillary" shirt. she seems like a real yaaas hillary. and finally this is not something that bernie sanders is celebrating on his official page but i think he should. this is for sale. this is the bernie sanders. for tobacco only. those bernie sanders supporters love their tobacco. it's the perfect way to say i
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then volt for him te for him. [ laughter ] a lot of good stuff. by the way, i looked this up on amazon. i wonder if mitt romney knows about romney chia pet. it's a real item. still available just in case he throws his afro in the ring. guillermo, how's it going with the -- are you doing shots of syrup over there? >> i love doing shots. >> jimmy: very good. so let's check in with our pancake bot there. is it done? oh, it is done. flip it. are you supposed to flip it?conds. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you mean 30 more seconds? >> how much you pay for this thing?ant to know how much i paid for that thing. flip that over and let's see how it looks. why do you see 30 more seconds? how do you know? >> because this thing has tove. >> jimmy: all right. and? wow.
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>> i don't have no who was it supposed to be when you were going in? >> hillary clinton. >> jimmy: okay. all right. well, you know -- all right.er one and we'll see if we can get it to work. because it did work yesterday. >> this is the dumbest idea.immy: we have to take a break. when we come back, again we'll check in with the dumbest idea. i'll update you on the new cast of "dad we'll meet some dumb people on the street after this. so stick around. we'll be right back. turns out lemon juice doesn' t cure pink eye. hi. how are you doing today? that' s how i am. ultra rare. i collect these too. nah, these are for my dog because he can never decide which one he wants until he gets home, so... american express presents the blue cash everyday card
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>> jimmy: we're back. ray romano and mitt romney are on the way. and we're trying to get this -- how's it going over there? is it working? >> ten to your wife. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, you. well, i don't know if you heard, but they introduced a new cast stars" to really? this is how we mark the change of seasons in l.a. oh, my god, "dancing with the stars" season is over, "the bachelor" season is -- it goes so fast. but this is season 22 of." this time the cast includes laird butler, jennifer moya, micah morris, and a bunch of other names i just made up.you. [ laughter ] some of the real stars competing are the super bowl mvp von
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antonio brown, donald e marla maples. for real. geraldo rivera. kim fields from "facts of life." jodie sweetin from "full house." each of these ese celebrities had a choice. the choice was go to jail for back taxes or go on "dancing ] and they made the right decision. congratulations to all our dancing stars. we wish each of you a mirrored ball of your own. so back to the oition show going on right now, the race for president of the united states. there were primaries and caucuses in four states today, idaho, and mississippi. you see these states abbreviated if you're watching cable news to mi, hi, id, and ms.te on the envelope if you send something in the mail to one of those states. but i wonder how many people still know about this kind of stuff. so thisnt out on the street and we asked people identify the states that voted today by their official abbreviation. so we showed -- well, this is
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hi. what's your name and where are you from? ? hannah giorgio, i'm from michigan. >> hannah, what states are these? >> hawaii. >> yes. >> indiana? >> i don't know. >> close. >> idaho? >> yes. >> cool. >> missouri? >> no. >> yes. >> cool. minnesota? >> where did you say you were from? >> michigan. oh, duh. michigan. >> minnesota? >> no. >> >> try again. >> missouri. michigan. not michigan. >> miami. oh, no, that's not a state. >> no, it's not. >> >> i don't know. >> almost. >> i do know. >> closer. i don't know. >> say it really fast. >> i don't know.
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i'm confused. potatoes. >> potatoes. >> demi moore. >> that didn't help me at all. >> this is hard. >> i'm not a ho.huh? >> you not a ho. >> oh. idaho. >> yes. >> missouri. >> no. would say? >> chi -- i don't even know. i'm not going to lie.. >> you guys were thinking the same thing, though. that was pretty close. >> not close. >> not close. >> minneapolis?>> no. not minnesota. i said that. dang. mi. >> hawaii. >> yes. >> idaho. mississippi. >> yes. >> michigan. >> yes.
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can you please high-five thiry. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you can't expect them to be good fievds fives. tonight on the show mitt romney is here. we'll be right back with ray romano. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] nnouncer: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by collection by michael strahan, available only at select jcpenney stores and at jcp.com. at straight talk wireless... ...we belid last.
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was that supposed to be? >> supposed to be oprah. >> jimmy: that was supposed to be oprah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, this is so >> i told you it was a bad idea. >> jimmy: thanks, guillermo. >> next time buy potatoes so we can er ] >> jimmy: all right. i will. thank you tonight on the show, the former governor of massachusetts and new ump mitt romney is with us. he is mad as heck and he's not going to be tolerant of it tomorrow night louis c.k., connie briton, and music from the wild feathers. and on thursday, viola davis, isla fisher, and music from the suffers.
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our first guest tonight is an emmy-winning actor who's loved by literally everybody. his new show is produced by martin scorsese and mick jagger, it's called " vinyl." watch it sundays on hbo.ano. ] are you? >> good. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. i've been watching you on "vinyl," and i have to say i'm so impress by -- not thatays a great actor but on a sitcom it's hard to tell that somebody's a really good actor. and you are. i'm very proud of you. you're a very good actor on the plause ] >> i chalk it up to the beard and editing. >> jimmy: no. on on "men of a certain age" you were great. >> it's great to be with -- i
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winter from "boardwalk empire." i'm just surrounded by this, you know. so they just make you look good. >> jimmy: and even getting picked by them is a great compliment. >> crazy.or those who haven't seen it is about the music industry in new york set in the '70s when punk rock --s with that something you were into? were you part of that scene at that time? >> i grew up in queens. and that's kind of where i stayed. all was happening in manhattan. and you'd have to go over a bridge to get there. [ laughter ] and i was kind of a nerd who didn't want to do that.immy: no bridge crossing. >> no. i wasn't a concertgoer, you know. >> jimmy: really? >> i love the music. that music is the music i grew up with. so it's cool to be -- i'm seeingy these people. david bowie, led zeppelin. but i never -- i went to -- my
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first concert i tookt girlfriend to john denver. >> jimmy: how old were you? >> by the way, john denver was great. i was 18.manhattan. i went to madison square garden. and the starland vocal band opened up for them. you people are too young had a song, "afternoon delight." >> jimmy: a very dirty song. it didn't seem dirty but it was. >> yeah. so that was t work with the girlfriend? did it result in an afternoon delight? >> oh, i needed -- i needed more than that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did? no, nothing worked. listen, i just want to -- i don't want to interrupt but i just want to say one thing.ou because my son matthew has been working on this show for almost three years. and i want to -- if it's okay i want to bring him out just to -- where is he? matt, come on out., why not? there's matt. wow. [ applause ] all dressed up. wow.
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>> and i just wante you been here? >> it's been like 2 1/2 years or so. >> 2 1/2 years he's been here and he's been doing great. and i -- well, it's time for a raise i think. [ laughter ] what do you think?bably not the best spot to have this conversation. ? >> but i can't get a hold of you anywhere else.i think this is the perfect time. i think he's -- >> jimmy: well, you know, maybe after the show we can sit down, you and your dad, and we let's be honest. i'm not going to see you after the show. and i know this isn't appropriate. and i'm just being a father. but i think, you know, he's ahe show. i think matthew shaquille romano has done -- some great things in helping the show -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's great. he's a really great kid.>> and he's important.
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show. >> jimmy: i mean, he's an important p.a. here on the show. and as far as p.a.s go, yeah, he's very important. >>immy: production assistant. >> i know. i know what -- i know what p.a. stands for. >> jimmy: oh. >> he told me he was aner. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no, no. he's -- >> matt? >> jimmy: oh. did matt eers and applause ] can i tell you something? yeah. no, i'm sorry there was a miscommunication there. >> we have this -- he has thismy: this is not the first time this has happened? >> no. so he's not -- when you're out, he's not going to guest-host? he's not -- it's not going to be the -- >> son of a bitch! again! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can i just say this? in your son's defense, heg great for me. i asked him -- i said tell us three things we don't know about your dad.
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that we didn't know about you.s fine. but by the way, before we even talk about this, i do want to thank you again because the truth is he has been working here for three years. >> jimmy: i've never seen him ire, but yeah. >> bring him back out. he doesn't -- >> jimmy: yeah, bring matt back out again. >> he's not a liar. >> jimmy: i need verification on some of this stuff. >> teach him some values about work, and i appreciate that. >> jimmy: i'm glad i could help. >> so go ahead. >> jimmy: matt said that you love, you love the national anthem, the banner." >> yeah. >> he does. >> jimmy: is that really true? >> that is the truth. i'm at an age now -- i mean, you're not as old as me but you're there. >> i'm 48. >> you're in the middle. i cry very easy. and i like crying. and i think a good anthem gets me every time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. >> yes. [ applause ] would go to a lakers game or something you
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>> yeah. if it's a good one. when i go to -- like my son is on a basketball team, my other hool. and you know, the student will get up. and if she starts -- i'll wait. you know, i'll wait for a couple bars. you know, because some of them are horrible.right. >> jimmy: >> but if she's good i'll take out my iphone for later and record it. >> jimmy: and then you'll watch it later? >> yeah. but it'se you start recording then if you realize oh, she is horrible, you can't take it down then because the other -- the parents are looking at you. and you can't say oh, no -- but i've got a bunch of kids singing >> jimmy: that's very sweet and very patriotic. >> thanks for telling him. >> jimmy: here's one more. matt says you're obsessed with an online quiz site or ane called sporkle. >> yeah, i don't know if you know sporkle but it's good for mind games, logic quizzes. again, as we're gettingbout keeping sharp. so i memorized all the -- they have a thing where you can
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within 15 minutes, you have to name all the hem all. >> jimmy: all of them? >> yeah. >> jimmy: how many are there? >> according to them, 196 countries. so i've got them all down. and then i started doing i've got all the capitals except asia. i haven't conquered asia yet. >> jimmy: how about the country eritrea, what is the capital city >> jimmy: eritrea. >> you've got to give me a minute here. >> jimmy: a-s-m-a-r-a. is that right? do you know the answer? >> jimmy: i have no idea. >> so i can say anything. >> jimmy: but people at home will know. >> who's from eritrea >> jimmy: is there any practical use for this knowledge, by the way? >> you know, it's good with uber drivers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why? >> because you just break the break the ice. you say -- you tell them where you're going. you say where you're from. and like my last uber driver said he was from mali.
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and he took me home for dinner. [ applause ] >> jimmy: one more thing that matt told us. you were born with one regular-sizedne dwarf testicle that is the size of a pea and the doctor told you you could have the dwarf testicle removed but you never wanted to because you believe it's lucky.ughter ] oh, matt's gone again. ] is that true? >> we know he lies. [ laughter ]we know he we know he lies. he lied about the executive producer. he's creative. >> jimmy: is it true you named your testicles hall and oates? >> if that was this kid came up with were true,
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>> you're going to find the sound in athena from ing to find the look. what am i? huh? what am i, the party planner? >> no. >> you come in here, you're six hours late for my kid's you're high out of your brain. you want to apologize. that's about time. and there you go. you're the visionary. and i'm the bag ]. >> you ruined my life! and my family's life. okay? i've got a sweet family. they're]. >> jimmy: that is bobby cannavale and ray romano in "vinyl." it airs sunday nights on hbo. you are -- i love the haircut, by the way. that's a great -- >> thank you. a i'm wearing a wig but it's -- >> jimmy: that's real? >> thank god. i could not support a bald head. thankfully i havere is a moral center to the show, which there might not be. it's your character on the show. >> well, for now.
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>> i mean, he is -- he kind of is. and look, bobby's the anti-hero also. bobby cannavale. bobby cannavale's the star of the show, and he's: yeah. >> but things get a little hairy with my guy too. he goes to -- let's see, we're up to episode 5 this week. in three more 7, i -- this is not a plug. this is a warning. yeah. i get naked and i have >> jimmy: oh, really? [ cheers and applause ] >> now you're mocking me. >> jimmy: is that a first time on camera naked, yeah. and it's vegas. we're in vegas. a three-way happens.. and the good kind. >> jimmy: not with your buddies?
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it's not two guys and hter ] it gets weird. >> jimmy: was that -- i imagible just in general but that must have been extra uncomfortable. >> very stressful. very stressful. >> jimmy: was it fun at all? >> you know, it's fun, and -- it's not fun because you're worried -- don't let it to be too much fun, if you know what i'm saying. you know what i'm saying. >> jimmy: i do.ou don't want them to have to green screen your crotch out. i've never done it. i did one -- here'sthe sexy. "men of a certain age." i had the show "men of a certain age." that was a drama comedy and my character's a character who was married for 20 years, now his first date and he's worried about it's going to end up in sex and it's going to -- things are going to happen too fast, if you know what i
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calls for sex to happen and for me to push her off me because things are going too fast and run into the pants around my ankles yelling "leg cramp." yes. that's my excuse. leg cramp. get away. because i -- has been activated. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. >> so i'm nervous just to do the scene. we do the scene.ush her off. i run into the bathroom. my pants are around my -- leg cramp. cut. the director yells cut. i look down, pull my pants up, and the a goo liquid all around the crotch. and i'm like -- you know, because i would know -- jimmy: you'd be one of the first to know. >> yes. and what happened was my purelld ed
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it's the absolute truth. so i had to -- wardrobe had to blow-dry. but i had to showmber this is what happened. >> jimmy: boy, the ocd really bit you on the ass ? >> but it also saved me. because i have that as an excuse. >> jimmy: you can look at it that way, yeah. in any event, you're doing a fantastic job. i can't wait to see you. ray "vinyl" sunday night on hbo. we'll be right back with mitt romney. [ cheers and applause ] rs for crash survival, subaru has developed our most revolutionary feature yet. r that can see trouble and stop itself to avoid it. when the inssafety tested front crash prevention nobody beat subaru models with eyesight. not toyota. not ford or any other brand.
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. our next guest is the -- was the 2012 republican nominee for returned to public life to do battle with donald trump. massachusetts. welcome. and you're just as handsome in real life as you appear to be on television. i know. >> jimmy: you have big hands,
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i like that in a [ cheers and applause ] this is the first time i think anybody's ever come to the show to stop someone from doing something.le want people to go see this or do that -- >> it's the country, though, we're talking about and we have to talk about who's going to be the leader of the free world. and i don't think donald trump leader. [ cheers and applause ] as to just how this began brewing. like were you at home, sitting in the mitt cave, watchingevision and you just got so angry you ran out to the driveway and stomped on a ketchup packet? how did it happen? what the straw that broke the camel's back? >> well, it's been building over time. although i thought that i'd be best being a neutral arbiter here and calling balls and strikes and a foul nowi did that.
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the mocking a reporter that's disabled di that asked tough questions did so because she was on her menstrual cycle, saying that george w. bush lied, saying that john mccain isn't a hero, and then disparaging all muslims andhe straw that broke the camel's back was the pretending that we don't know who david duke is, we don't know about the was with my son. we were driving. and he said to me, "dad, what are you going to tell the grandkids you did to stop donaldaid you know what, i've got to do something, now's the time. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what i would say to my dad -- if myo me, i would have said, i don't know, what are you going to do? i'm getting out of the car. because donald trump is not a person you want to mess with. i mean, he is -- he can be ous. if he is elected president, you're going to have to move. [ laughter ] you know, that right? >> that's probably the case. but i will make sure that he taxes. he apparently is very good at auditing taxes. >> jimmy: what about this tax thing?
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he hasn't released tax said, well, you took a long time to release your tax returns. but ultimately you did release your tax returns.nk we're going to find in his tax returns and is there something you know that we don't? >> well, actually, i released my back taxes in january of 2012. so he them by now. he went on various shows and said he would release them, that they were beautiful. [ laughter ] and now he's -- my guess is he will never they'll show something that really will surprise people and cause a lot of people to move away from him.hey will be. but when somebody tries to dissuade and push aside and divert you know something's going on. money people think he is or not paying taxes or take the deductions or speeches. something will point out he's not the person he's been telling people he is.
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>> you're not. you're not required to. it's just been a long tradition in this country that presidents say you want to take a look at who i am? it's not just what i'm goingmyself, it's what the real deal is. and when it comes to donald trump there are some of us who think he's not the real deal, he's a phony. and others who think he is. hey, proves the tax returns. let us take a look and see if you have done what you've said you've done. and then also "the new york times" tape, let's see them.ay he's a phony. i'm sure everybody's played this clip and confronted you with it. but there was a happier time for you and donald trump. there was a time where he was supporting you and he his endorsement. at that time did you think he was a phony? >> well, when you're running for president, you want a lot of people to endorse you. and 61 for me. i was very pleased with that. but i would not endorse 61 million people for president. i'm happy to have the endorsement of a number of folks but i wouldn't endorse dobld trump has said during this campaign. what he said for instance, about
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then he says putin on the other hand is a leader. he's got this all mixed up. had he said the things he said now during that last year i wouldn't have asked for his endorsement. >> jimmy: you would not not endorsement. >> no. >> jimmy: and i'm sure you hate this. this picture's not framed in your home? of the other candidates called you and said hey, thanks for saying that? >> well, i've actually contacted the other candidates. >> jimmy: oh. >> and said look, i'm happy too be of help in your campaigns. i don't know which of the three of you's going to be the strongest contender. but the great majority of republicans want someone other than donald help that person become the president. >> jimmy: of those three which one do you like the most? >> we're going to wait and see who can do the best job tonight, who can do the best job in theho can be the most effective posting up against donald trump. >> jimmy: so any of those three guys you're okay with. >> i will be happy to endorse any one of those three.o you know they're not phonies? have you checked these guys out? have you seen their tax returns? >> yeah. they've put their tax returns out.
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people want to know about them. >> jimmy: now, we have -- this was actually your idea. and i like this idea. we've collected some mean tweetsluding donald trump have written about you. and we're going to take a break. when we come back, you're going to read some of those. share some of thoseis here.
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>> jimmy: we're back with mitt romney. we're talking about donald trump. oh, man, he must hate you, huh?probably. >> jimmy: so if it came down to it and you had to vote for either donald trump or hillary clinton, what would you do in that situation? >> well, i'm nothappening. i'm going to do everything i can to support someone who can actually make sure our nominee is conservative ideals and someone i can be proud of. [ applause ] >> jimmy: let's speak hypothetically, mitt. who would you to pick one of those two people? >> i would either write in a name on the ballot or i'd find some other candidate in there who was a conservative that i could support. >> jimmy: would you,n a name, would you write my name on that ballot?
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>> you write mine, i'll write yours. >> jimmy: okay. that would be get your endorsement. >> one vote each, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: obviously, you're a republican. you're siding with the republicans. you wantrepublican party. bernie sanders, what is your take on him? do you think he's an honest guy? do you think he is a guy that means what he says when -- >> i do. authentic guy. i think he's an honest guy. i just think he's terribly misguided. ronald reagan used to say it's not that liberals are ignorant. it's just that what they know is what bernie sanders knows is simply wrong. he's not going to help people come out of poverty. he's not going to build a strong middle class with policies that have been a failure around the my: and yet given the choice you would select bernie sanders over donald trump. yes? >> no, no, no, no. >> jimmy: sorry, i'm getting carried away with myself. youunny because your hair is so perfect. [ laughter ] you must look at bernie sanders and you go like what is this
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>> you know, he is follically challenged. so you do what you can. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: of cl come and at that time if there are -- one candidate has the majority of the delegates that candidate will be the nominee. if no candidate has the delegates, then they have to figure things out. whether they keep voting until somebody has a majority. >> yes. >> jimmy: is there any chance you can wind up in there and you could wind up being a guy nominate to be the candidate? is that possible? >> no. >> jimmy: that's not possible? >> there are four people running for president. one of them will be our the first time something like that has happened, by the way, if it does happen. in the republican party history there have been i think 10eone has -- where there's been a contested convention. and in that situation seven of theid not have the plurality going into the contested convention ended up being the nominee. >> jimmy: when was the last time?
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>> i think 1948 was thet happened. it's been a while. >> jimmy: a different world at that time. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so the only reason you're involved in any of this is simply to get rid of donald trump. >> look, it's 24 saying, you know, what kind of america are we going to have? are we going to remain the leader of the free world? are we going to be the shining city on aeek with the passing of nancy reagan we're reminded of the greatness of our presidents in the past. i want to make sure we have a great president, not someone who disparages people based onir race or their gender. this is a time for inclusion and greatness, and donald trump doesn't represent that to me. [ cheers and applause ]w, i have some tweets here. these are real tweets. these were made by various parties, including -- >> i'll sit up for this. >> jimmy: -- your friend donald trump. mind, i'll hand you each one. just read them aloud. it'll be painless if you just go through them. and there you go. all right. mitt romney reading -- d trum. mitt romney had his chance and
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lindsey graham ran for president, got zero, capitalized, and quit. why are they now spokesmen got zero. got zero. the only people i know who got zero are the ones who paid 25 grand to be at trump university. [ applause ] >> jimmy: right. this is from a trump supporter. >> okay. donald trump is trying to pull america back from the brink and freakin mittth matches in the bathroom. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is there any truth to that in. >> i'm not touching that. i'll tell you that. okay. @mittromney equals loser. that's true, actually. i lost. may not have noticed. let's see. who are you anyway? and by the way, where do you buy the shoe polish you wear in your hair?
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i buy it at costco in bulk. [ laughter ] let's see. i actually met mitt romney at a months back. i'm now work at a time machine to go back and punch him in the throat. [ laughter ] yeah, pick or it didn't happen. >> jimmy: one more. >> that's a handle.ughter ] i'd pay good money to watch mitt romney crying in a ball pit at a chuck e. cheese.immy: how much? >> yeah, how much? that's the right question. something tells me that cheddar biscuit experience doing something like that himself. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: one final question. you've made a lot of money. you've been very successful. how much would you pay donald trum top get out of the race? >> there's not a right price donald trump just needs to get out of the race. he said in there that he's sad.
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proud of. >> jimmy: mitt romney, everybody. thanks to ray romano. apologies to matt damon. we're out of time. "nightli for watching. good night! [ cheers and applause ] htline." >> tonight, cold-blooded killer or confused teen? made famous by the "making a murderer," this confession helped put 16-year-old brendan dassey behind bars for life. his lawyers now saying it wasre on our way to meet -- >> tonight we investigate why someone could confess tommit. plus, wings and waves. we're taking you on an airborne mission into enemy territory. >> it is an intense rush, and atyes can play all dark. and out at sea aboard a massive aircraft carrier, home

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