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Eastwood's Bizarre Speech & Romney Accepts Nomination

All the late-night hosts touched upon Mitt Romney accepting the Republican Party's nomination for the presidency, but there was really only one thing to talk about from the last night of the Republican Convention.

Clint Eastwood stole the show, stole a chair and spoke to an invisible President Barack Obama for 12 minutes in what many people have described as one of the most bizarre occurrences at a nomination convention.

Today's Must See Moment -- Fast forward to 1:33 to see Jon Stewart of the Daily Show's initial reaction to Eastwood's speech.

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