Romney’s not the first Republican to praise the self-proclaimed “guidette.” Back in 2010, Sen. John McCainJohn McCainBipartisan friendship is a civil solution to political dysfunction Week ahead: Pentagon funding in the balance as deadline looms Kasich: 'I think political parties are on their way out' MORE (R-Ariz.) bonded with Polizzi on Twitter over legislation that would have raised taxes on tanning beds, writing to her, “@SnOOki u r right. I would never tax your tanning bed!”
When it comes to smartphone picks, both Ann and Mitt Romney agreed they prefer the iPhone rather than the BlackBerry.
But the former Massachusetts governor might have delved into T.M.I. territory with some of his responses.
When reportedly asked by Strahan what he wears when he hits the sack, Romney replied, “I hear the best answer is as little as possible.”
Ann Romney also offered up some eyebrow-raising answers. When asked to reveal an embarrassing story, Romney recalled when she and Gov. Rick Perry’s (R-Texas) wife, Anita, accidentally eyed former President George W. Bush getting a rubdown from a masseuse while they were looking around the White House.
“He was covered up, but I was so embarrassed that the next time I did see him I didn’t know what I was going to say to him,” she said. Romney said while later taking an elevator ride with the president he winked at her and quipped, “I look pretty good, don’t I?”
The Romneys’ interview airs Tuesday.