By now, if you're one of the people who decided to embark on the strange and wonderful journey of becoming president, you've probably experienced a lot of personal highs. You've traveled to far-flung parts of the country and met some great people. You've gotten your mug on television and have been chased down by reporters. You've met some of our weirdest billionaires, eaten some state fair food and participated in a candidate debate. What an experience this has been!
Well, hope you took some 'Grams because it's time to get out while the getting's good.
What? You don't understand what we're talking about? Look, we're going to let you in on a little secret. "President of the United States" is a terrible and thankless job that doesn't pay well and subjects you to relentless criticism. The power's not all it's cracked up to be and the perks get old. Plus, any time something goes wrong in the world, you're the first person everyone calls.
This job sucks, and if you're smart, you'll let someone else do it. Besides, every single one of you has a good reason to quit the race. Maybe you're not aware of it, but trust us, we've seen it. And on this week's First To Last, we'll tell each of you the reason it's time for you to make your Irish goodbye.