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Clinton: Trump campaign is ‘amazing’.

Wednesday night, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stopped by the Tonight Show after the GOP debate to hit some major talking points of her own, as Jimmy Fallon dusted off his toupee to once again expertly imitate Donald Trump.As the Republicans prepared to take the stage in Simi Valley, Calif., for their second presidential debate, Hillary Rodham Clinton took the stage in New York to tape the “Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.” Mrs.New York – Hillary Clinton ventured into the playful but politically appealing world of after-hours US TV on Wednesday night and could not help but talk about, who else? In addition to grilling Clinton on women’s rights and immigration reform, Fallon’s “Donald” offered some helpful campaign tips—chief among them, to yell more: “I yell all the time.

Once again, Jimmy Fallon bronzed-up, wig-ed out and impersonated Trump in a fake phone conversation in which he offered Clinton some patented presidential advice. Faux Trump, who, it’s worth noting, was calling the former secretary of state from a golden phone, hadn’t even finished speaking before the former secretary of state started giggling at the absurdity of this sketch.

In fact, this phone isn’t even plugged in; I’m just yelling, and you’re hearing me.” After sitting through a few minutes of bloviating, Clinton does what many would do—reaches for a glass of wine. She opened the show with a funny sketch in which SNL alum Fallon, 40, impersonated Clinton’s adversary Donald Trump calling her on the phone to give her some pointers. The Democratic presidential frontrunner described Donald Trump’s campaign – that of a billionaire businessman with no political experience, a penchant for a loose, nasty tongue and no specific policy agenda – as nothing short of stunning as he leads the crowded Republican field by a healthy margin, leaving traditional pundits flummoxed.

Clinton even got a chance to roast Trump’s oft-ridiculed hair when Fallon started joking about Bernie Sanders’ own wild follicles. “Well, at least he doesn’t have just one strand that he twirls over his head like a soft serve at Dairy Queen!” Clinton said with a grin. Clinton admitted with a laugh that she was “having a good time watching” the real estate mogul’s campaign. “I’m just sitting there thinking, all of a sudden you’re in the Kremlin and somebody comes rushing in and goes, ‘Oh my gosh, did you hear what President Trump said today?!'” Clinton said. “It might actually cause everybody else to just calm down because they wouldn’t want it to get too excitable.” Clinton also offered up her own Trump impression after Fallon asked about a dig he made about her reliance on teleprompters. I learned that from watching how successful President Obama was because he knows what he wants to say and he really is intent on delivering it.” “But I could go more stream of consciousness,” she offered, transitioning into a Trump impersonation, saying, “Ya know, this is a huge election! Clinton, whose poll numbers have taken a hit lately, some candid campaign advice. “You sound like a robot,” he said, raising his feigned New York accent. “You want to win, here’s what you have to do, yell!” The interview is part of a September blitz of national television appearances by Mrs. Last week, she sat down with NBC News, ABC News and chatted with a 5-year-old presidential historian on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show.” On Thursday, Mrs.

When “Trump” asked her if she was writing all of his suggestions down, Clinton said she needed to “grab [her] pen.” That “pen” was a big glass full of white wine, and it garnered a huge round of applause from the audience. She’ll share her reactions to the Republican debate. (Hint: She’ll say they’re all out of touch and bad for the country.) In an interview with Mr.

But Clinton, who has tended to steer clear of talking about Trump, found herself facing more questions about him, in particular the bizarre issue of his hair. Clinton made a quick crack about the already famous Gefilte fish e-mail and explained how certain documents were retroactively classified, but weren’t secret when she sent them. “The stuff that’s in it, I think is really boring people, which kind of hurts my feelings,” Clinton joked. On her campaign’s defining issue: “Raising American’s incomes.” On making college more affordable: “If you go to a public college or university, you will not have to borrow money to pay tuition. Mad Max will roar back out of the apocalypse while Mad Men rides off into the sunset, rock’s Antichrist Superstar and hip-hop’s Yeezus will rise again.

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