President Obama, Mitt Romney Mediate at CMT Music Awards

By ABC News

Jun 6, 2012 10:22pm

President Barack Obama and the presumptive GOP nominee, Mitt Romney, appeared in a taped comedy skit that opened tonight’s CMT Music Awards

As many politicians are apt to do in the middle of a partisan battle, both President Obama and former Gov. Romney refused to take sides in a dispute between Toby Keith and Kristen Bell on who should host tonight’s awards show. 

“This is one of the toughest decisions I’ve had to make since I’ve been in office,” Obama said. “But I think I’ve decided. I want them both.” 

Romney then weighed in. 

“I thought the presidential election was a tough race but it’s nothing compared to the politics at the CMT Music Awards,” he said.  “I think I have a solution. I propose that Toby and Kristen co-host the show. See, I just put two people back to work.  You’re welcome, America.” 

Let’s hope these two candidates can put on a better show at their party’s conventions this summer.

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