Easily the most interesting Q&A exchange with Wolf Blitzer ever:
RB: Name one difference between New Hampshire and Vermont.
WB: I know Ben & Jerry’s is a big one in Vermont. So New Hampshire is not Ben & Jerry’s. I know they’re both lovely states and they’re next to each other.
RB: True, Ben & Jerry’s is not New Hampshire.
WB: Vermont’s got the maple syrup.
RB: We do too.
WB: But not as famous as Vermont. Why do they get all the credit for the maple syrup? Enquiring minds want to know.
RB: Perhaps your answer that New Hampshire is not Ben & Jerry’s is adequate (laughter).
WB: Is Ben & Jerry’s allowed in New Hampshire?
RB: We have our own famous dairy product company: Stonyfield Yogurt.
WB: I like that — I buy that all the time — in fact, I’m going to open up this little refrigerator in front of me [opens refrigerator]. I’ve got a low-fat blueberry yogurt, made in Londonderry, New Hampshire. I want your people to know this.
He also chats with Johns Hopkins’ alumni magazine here.