Gov. Mitt Romney apparently enjoyed his appearance on The Tonight Show on Friday with Leno, but the interview was anything but lighthearted.
The former Republican presidential candidate tweeted after his appearance:
"@anndromney and I had a great time on the #TonightShow. Thanks @jayleno for the lift home!"
Presidential debate moderator and current news anchor of CNN's "State of the Union" slipped up on national television on Nov. 4 when she accidentally gave Republican candidate Mitt Romney the moniker of "President Romney" during an on-air interview with a Republican senator of Ohio Rob Portman.
The campaign teams for both President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney continue to project the utmost of confidence in their respective candidates as the race to a seat in the White House still remains strikingly close. Nonetheless, the final results of the Nov. 6 election will lie heavily on the outcome amid the key battleground states.
With the presidential campaign entering its final weekend before the Nov. 6 election, the polls have continued to remain extremely close. In most of the national surveys, President Barack Obama and former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney are in the midst of a dead heat race. However, polls from within the battleground states are still revealing Obama as the candidate with the slight advantage, as his electoral votes are currently in excess of the 270 needed to win the presidency.