Back in 2012, Barack Obama edged out Mitt Romney in the general election.
Now — thanks to Duke’s victory in Monday night’s NCAA National Championship game — the Mitt-Barry tables have finally turned.
A self-proclaimed basketball enthusiast, the president predicted two of the Final Four teams correctly — he had Duke, Kentucky, Arizona and Villanova making the semis — but had Arizona taking home the hardware. Obviously, that didn’t happen. (RELATED: Obama’s March Madness Bracket Leaves Much To Be Desired)
On the other hand, Mitt Romney’s bracket was more accurate than 99.98 percent of all participants in ESPN’s Bracket Challenge, correctly predicted Duke as the eventual champion, and if you think the former presidential hopeful isn’t enjoying this victory, you’re wrong. (RELATED: Mitt Madness: Romney’s Bracket In Top .01% Of The Nation)