News has been spreading that comedian Stephen Colbert, of Comedy Central’s esteemed Colbert Report, can’t tell the difference between presidential candidates Mitt Romney or Barack Obama. He also thinks Romney has a “good chance of winning.”
“I’m not Ralph Nader. I don’t think there’s no difference,” Colbert said in a Sunday interview on NBC’s Meet the Press. “There is a difference. I don’t know what the difference is, though.”
Colbert revealed his hopes that President Obama will follow through on some of the problems he wasn’t able to address during his first four years. ”If he wins, I hope he keeps some of the promises he didn’t keep the first time,” Colbert said.
The comedian also offered his analysis of what a Mitt Romney presidency might look like if the former Massachusetts governor were to win.
“He might govern as a technocrat. That sort of seems to have been his career, as like the guy from Pepsi who comes in to run GM – he can’t tell us what he’ll do because he hasn’t seen the books yet,” Colbert said.
The interview was conducted by David Gregory. Check it out in the video below!
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