He wore a sweater and showed off the heavy boots he was wearing because, in the aftermath of the snow storm, this wasn’t “a wingtips day.”
He paused in mid conversation to plop a mint his mouth because “if I’m ever in the neighborhood, I always go to Real Chili.”
He poked fun at himself for being nervous when the cameras went on for his nationally-televised response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech last week.
He shrugged off talk of his political future. “When I look in the mirror, I see a broken nose and a widow’s peak. I don’t see a future president.”