Late Night Roundup: The Clinton Paranoia Industry

Late Night Roundup: The Clinton Paranoia Industry

Seth Meyers examined the big new anti-Hillary Clinton book, Clinton Cash — and that even by the author’s admission, it doesn’t actually prove its allegations of corruption. But beyond that, Seth realized there are only a few kinds of books that ever sell these days — and the cottage industry of anti-Clinton writing is one of them.

Jon Stewart sat down with Neil deGrasse Tyson, who spoke about the increased public interest in science — and the rise of the geek in modern culture.

Larry Wilmore looked at the latest antics of money-grubbing televangelist Creflo Dollar (yes, really). And it turns out Larry is all in favor of giving that guy a billion dollars — if it means he’ll get sent to Mars, and never come back.

David Letterman spotlighted one of the latest possible Republican candidates for president, with a brief segment called, “Lindsey Graham: A Passion to Lead.”

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