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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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Rep. Troy Nehls speaks at a news conference with House Republicans on July 27, 2021.

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Reprinted with permission from American Independent

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Rep. Jim Jordan

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy was clearly pandering to the Republican Party's lowest common denominator when he picked Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio as one of the five Republicans he wanted to serve on Speaker Nancy Pelosi's select committee on the January insurrection — a pick that Pelosi flatly rejected, inspiring McCarthy to angrily respond that if Pelosi wouldn't accept all of his picks, she couldn't have any of them. But Pelosi made a wise decision, given how aggressively Jordan promoted the Big Lie and former President Donald Trump's bogus elect fraud claims. And author Sidney Blumenthal, in an op-ed published by The Guardian on July 27, lists some things that Jordan might be asked if he testifies before Pelosi's committee.

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