Hillary Clinton “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Video — WATCH HERE!

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Hillary Clinton Jimmy Kimmel Interview Video

By Shari Weiss


Hillary Clinton Jimmy Kimmel Interview Video


Hillary Clinton was a guest on Thursday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” speaking about her presidential campaign and joking about her “first dude.” Watch below!

Before Clinton took the stage, Kimmel said in his opening monologue, “We’ll be touching on all the important topics the economy, climate change, ISIS, whether Khloe should take Lamar back — everything.” Other topics on the agenda included the Republican debate, Donald Trump, and what Bill Clinton would be called if his wife won.

Clinton said she was both “appalled” and “amused” by last week’s GOP debate, explaining, “I disagree with a lot of what they are saying… I wish they would actually address the problems America is trying to face.” Kimmel pointed out that she attended Trump’s wedding, and she acknowledged getting along with him and other rivals in past years.

“When I’m not running for something, Republicans actually say nice things about me,” she shared. “I do everything I can to find common ground but I also stand my ground.” But the question about her husband left Clinton stumped.

She told Kimmel, “We have to really work on what to call him… Would he be called the first man, first mate, first dude?” Clinton’s appearance also included a meeting with a focus group made up of some very adorable kids. And the former Secretary of State, of course, has been discussed on the show before.

Last month, as Gossip Cop reported, Kimmel featured a special Clinton-themed addition of “Lie Witness News.” Prior to the first Democratic debate, random people in Hollywood were asked to judge her performance… stupidly not realizing it hadn’t actually happened yet.

Watch Hillary Clinton’s entire interview with Jimmy Kimmel, as well as her meeting with a focus group of kids, and tell Gossip Cop what you think.

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