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Photos: Mitt Romney Goes Business Casual For Family Trip To Disneyland
Mitt Romney has become something of a tabloid sensation in the last few days by doing Things that Normal People Do. During the campaign Romney couldn't seem to shake his out-of-touch patrician image, but over the last few weeks the former presidential candidate seems to be belatedly working his way out of the Uncanny Valley by going to the gym, taking his wife to the movies on a Saturday night and most notably pumping his own gas while wearing an unironed shirt.
Yesterday this streak of relative normalcy continued as Mitt plus two more generations of the Romney clan went to the Happiest Place On Earth. Sure, his outfit says "leadership-building retreat" more than "family vacation," but at least the paparazzi stalking him caught him making some pretty great expressions. And amusement park-goers were pretty amused by the whole thing:
Mitt Romney is at Disneyland today and i cant stop laughing.— julia 🌸 (@foreverteal) November 20, 2012
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