Jesse Watters’ interview with deadbeat man-child evicted by parents was a trainwreck you couldn’t stop watching

It seems America can’t get enough of 30-year-old millennial loser Michael Rotondo, the deadbeat man-child who was evicted from his parents home.

Fox News Channel’s Jesse Watters scored an interview with a shameless Rotondo, who shared that he moved from his parents’ home to “my cousin’s sister’s house,” delivering this update from a 9-year-old’s bedroom.

And that may have been the highlight of the train-wreck of an interview. In fact, it was so bad you couldn’t stop watching.

Rotondo, who called the cops on his parents over a Legos set while moving out, gave Watters an update on where things now stand for him.

When asked about dropping out of college, Rotondo said his “academic habits were were very poor.”

“I really couldn’t just integrate into the classes very well,” he explained.

Rotondo insisted he’s been employed for much of the past 10 years, bouncing from job to job. Jobs like a vacuum cleaner salesman, or a dry cleaner coupon salesman. He refused to say whether he quit these jobs or was fired.

Unfortunately for the rest of us, the deadbeat does vote, telling Watters he voted for Gary Johnson in the 2016 presidential election, as both Democrats and Republicans breathed a deep sigh of relief.

He struggled to say why he voted for Johnson, other than him being a Libertarian, although Rotondo did say, with a straight face, that fiscal responsibility is important to him.

The flaming wreck of an interview ended with Watters asking Rotondo if he has either a girlfriend or boyfriend — to the shock of a nation, the unemployed man-child said he is currently single.

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