Way back in the spring, Mitt Romney called Donald Trump "a fraud" who "lacks the temperament to be president."
What a difference a couple of months makes. On Tuesday night, he was spotted at four-star restaurant Jean Georges in New York City having dinner with the president-elect. (On the menu: frog legs, scallops and sirloin.)
Romney is in the running to become Trump's secretary of state. The awkwardness of having to dine with a man you once called "a phony" was written all over Romney's face.
In fact, it brings to mind a certain paper salesman who also had to endure the crude jokes of an oafish man who, somehow, found himself in a position of power. Read more...