Gretchen Carlson of Fox News' morning program Fox & Friends had a rather awkward conversation with a male guest named Max Rice. Rice, who identified himself as a "recent college grad" and currently unemployed claimed to be an Obama supporter. He was featured on the show for the portion that showcased the high unemployment rate in young adults.
During the beginning of the interview Rice carried a suspicious smirk on his face. And it turned out that he planned to appear on Fox & Friends as a joke, and not as someone who really cared about politics.
He even changed his support from Obama to Romney. When asked by Carlson why he decided to support Romney this time around, he responded that it was due to a basketball game he had lost to a friend.
As the interview did not progress much, Carlson seemed a bit annoyed, but did her best to be polite to Rice. Calrson continuously tried to bring the guest back on track however he took his final wrong turn and joked, "I can't see your face right now, this is so weird."
Carlson finally had to cut the interview short after Rice revealed that he was not serious at all. "Actually we're gonna wrap this up cause I'm not sure that you're ready for prime time yet with this interview."
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