Exiled Mitt Romney so bored after losing presidential bid he offered to change sick friend"s bedpan

From the White House to cleaning bedpans and Thanksgiving at Boston Market: How Mitt Romney is coping with not being president | UPDATED: 23:13 GMT, 2 December 2012 Mitt Romney has retreated into ‘seclusion’ after his failed presidential run and has so little to do he is offering to change bedpans for sick friends to ease his boredom. In a huge step down from the campaign trail, the former Republican candidate for the White House is said to have reached out to a friend going through a liver transplant and offered to care for him. Gone are Romney’s daily briefings with top aides and Secret Service entourage – now he spends his days alone on his iPad as he grapples with crushing disappointment.