Obama’s slow jam on ‘Jimmy Fallon’ mocked in RNC’s first pro-Romney ad

The Republican National Committee is out with its first explicitly pro-Mitt Romney Web ad, which mocks President Obama for "slow jamming" Tuesday on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon."

The video, entitled "A Tale of Two Leaders," intermingles clips of Obama's appearance on the show, in which Fallon calls Obama the "Preezy of the United Steezy" as the president stands in the background, with cuts from Romney's general election kick-off speech the same day.

While the RNC declined to endorse a candidate during the Republican primary, the organization is now poised to coordinate with the Romney campaign on advertising and fundraising.

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