Late Night Roundup: Hillary Clinton And Stephen Colbert

Late Night Roundup: Hillary Clinton And Stephen Colbert

Hillary Clinton sat down with Stephen Colbert, who joking asked her if another Clinton presidency would be a return to 1990s nostalgia.

“We’re not going back,” she said. “I’m not running for my husband’s third term, I’m not running for President Obama’s third term — I’m running for my first term. But I’m gonna do what works — and we have an understanding of what works.”

Jimmy Kimmel presented a new political ad, showing Donald Trump’s celebrity endorsements — people like Mike Tyson, Charlie Sheen, Gary Busey, and many others — and paid for by Hillary Clinton.

Conan O’Brien said: “Apparently the top political Halloween costume this year is Donald Trump — that is gonna be the top costume. Meanwhile, even Jeb Bush doesn’t want to go out dressed as Jeb Bush.”

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