With the Republican National Convention underway, What's Trending thought it would be a good time to compile some of the most popular Mitt Romney-themed videos into one big supercut.
"Mitt Romney accepts the Republican nomination for President at the GOP Convention in August 2012. So what better time to look back at Mitt's long and storied YouTube history than right now? Included in this timeline of Mitt's Greatest Hitts are his official campaign ads and announcements, parody music videos, impressions of Romney and even Romney remixes and auto-tunes," they say.
And what we get is neither an endorsement or an attack on Romney, but simply a history of how the candidate has been represented on YouTube, based on how many views were garnered by specific videos from 2007 on. Of course, the majority of the popular Romney-centric videos come from 2012 - and the parodies reign supreme.
Check it out below:
Romney is set to speak at the RNC on Thursday night, as he wil presumably accept the Republican Nomination for President. I wonder if he'll say anything worthy of getting on the next Mit Romney YouTube mashup.