Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt Romney​​Democrats make voting rights push ahead of Senate consideration Sunday shows - Voting rights legislation dominates Clyburn says he 'wholeheartedly' endorses Biden's voting rights remarks MORE helped late-night host Jimmy Fallon 'slow jammed the news' during a Friday appearance on his show.


In a hilarious skit days before President ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaBarack Obama wishes a happy 58th birthday to 'best friend' Michelle Voting rights is a constitutional right: Failure is not an option Florida looms large in Republican 2024 primary MORE's State of the Union address, Romney — mimicking a news host — outlined some of the most pressing issues facing our nation such as unemployment, debt, immigration reform and the National Security Agency's controversial surveillance program.

"Ahh, yea," Fallon belted out. "President Obama looked the American people up and down and said, 'I'd tap that.'

Romney chimed in saying that people are waiting to see if Obama addresses the ongoing technical issues riddling HealthCare.Gov.

"Glitch please," Fallon cackled. "You gotta listen to the Mitt Man, he had a program that worked for the people of Massachusetts and let's say it didn't suffer from any performance problems in the hardware department.

Watch the full skit here.