Hillary Clinton & Stephen Colbert
Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton (born October 26, 1947) is the 67th United States Secretary of State, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. Stephen Tyrone Colbert (or ; born May 13, 1964) is an American political satirist, writer, comedian, television host, and actor. /5
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I wonder how much Stephen Colbert got paid to sell his show to the Hillary Clinton campaign I hope he got a good deal
See Stephen Colbert mock the final debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on https…
"As to Hillary Clinton, Laurie confessed he was puzzled by people in this country who hate her so much. “I feel...
"Hillary Clinton was so prepared, my new nickname for her is Preparation H." ~ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
That time Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert discussed eating cheesecake is so worth the watch
Watch: Stephen Colbert tries to get Hillary Clinton to admit Bill is a smug vegan So many meat jokes...
Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert chirp vegans when chatting about Bill’s diet
Stephen Colbert asked Hillary Clinton if she'd let big banks fail: 'Yes, yes, yes, yes,
Hillary Clinton revealed to Stephen Colbert her 3 favorite shows: House of Cards, Madam Secretary and The Good Wife!
Hillary Clinton discusses her binge-watching habits with Stephen Colbert:
Hillary Clinton on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Big banks and bad TV
Hillary Clinton vs. Stephen Colbert: Battle of the Names. Watch their exchange via
Stephen Colbert and Hillary Clinton try to out name-drop each other via
Hillary Clinton showing up on Stephen Colbert's show for a name-dropping contest is so lame. Right,
Hillary Clinton surprises Stephen Colbert, one-ups him in a name-dropping contest
Stephen Colbert-Hillary Clinton segment appeared scripted. I would love to read behind-the-scenes account of script neg…
Last night, Stephen Colbert saluted "Open-Carry Trailblazers" and then went on to a contentious interview with surprise guest, Hillary Clinton. See Stephen Colbert spar with Hillary Clinton below ...
Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert go toe-to-toe in name-dropping battle via
Stephen Colbert to Hillary Clinton: "Which would you rather fight? One horse-size duck or 100 duck-size horses?"
Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert wage fierce battle of one-upsmanship. Only one survives
Did Hillary Clinton play "Hillary Clinton" better than Stephen Colbert played "Stephen Colbert" last night on The Colbert Report? Just when you thought Hil
Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance on “The Colbert Report” last night, jokingly sparring with host Stephen Colbert in a conversation about her new memoir. The comedian began a segment on the Comedy Central show by criticizing the former secretary of state for bragging in the book…
Hillary Clinton and Stephen Colbert face off in name-dropping contest: (The Star Tribune/AP)
Hillary Clinton made an unannounced visit to the Colbert Report on Tuesday night, where she playfully name-dropped her way through a comedy bit with host Stephen Colbert while promoting her new memoir.
Stephen Colbert slams GOP plan to portray Hillary Clinton as too feeble to be president
Stephen Colbert took on the latest random conspiracy theories about Hillary Clinton on his Thursday show. Colbert noted that conservatives like Karl Rove have been freaking out about Clinton's health as speculation about her 2016 plans continues t...
When Karl Rove suggested Hillary Clinton might have brain damage , Stephen Colbert wondered whether Rove may have a ?serious brain injury? of his own .
Stephen Colbert has some creative suggestions for the GOP to help them beat Hillary Clinton, two years before the presidential election.
Stephen Colbert mocked Karl Rove's nonsensical statement that Hillary Clinton's wearing sunglasses upon leaving the hospital means that she suffered brain damage. He pointed out other "symptoms": during the Benghazi hearings, Clinton showed a "mastery of facts, and an unshakable confidence" while wearing glasses that "are like orthopedic shoes for your face." Colbert is really worried about Rove, though, who said that Clinton spent 30 days in the hospital when she only spent three. He surmised, "He is protecting his skull with a thick cushion of meat." Watch:
Lots of serious political commentators viewed the unexpected Monica Lewinsky essay in last week's Vanity Fair through the frame of how it will (or won't) affect Hillary Clinton's possible 2016 presidential run. On the Fox News side of the political spectrum, noted Stephen Colbert on Monday night's C…
"Hillary Clinton!?!?!?...I heard she slept with a former president."- Stephen Colbert
Comedian Stephen Colbert broke down the Hillary Clinton shoe incident on his show Monday night, revealing just how nefarious the former Secretary of State really is -- or, at least, according to the shoe truthers.
"If it was planned, the child would be born around the Iowa Caucuses. I mean what a waste of a perfectly good pregnancy." -- Stephen Colbert ► VIDEO: Conservatives question Hillary Clinton's political motives when she announces that she's about to become a grandmother:
I think I'd actually prefer for Hillary Clinton to take over the Late Show and Stephen Colbert to run for president.
Whoa, big night in politics! Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius is resigning tomorrow because of "technical difficulties" with the Obamacare website (if anyone should resign, it should be crybaby Boehner, whose accomplishments in Congress equal that of a fruit fly on a cold day), someone threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton in Las Vegas (gee, you'd think they'd at least hurl a wad of $100 bills given the location), and Stephen Colbert is replacing David Letterman on the Tonight Show (no longer the satirical Colbert we've come to know and love, but a real life version of himself). Lots of turnover, and definitely a few heads being turned tonight!
You worked on the Hillary Clinton campaign in 2008, now you have your own show on msnbc so you still work for Hillary Clinton lol. I love Stephen Colbert
Can somebody name one achievement Hillary Clinton had in 4 years? First, Obuma "saved" Detroit. Is Syria next? "... if America cared about shooting people, we'd be invading Chicago." - Stephen Colbert
Reader's Digest has released its "100 Most Trusted People in America" list, which is the result of a nationwide poll to discover which public figures, and the ideals they represent, have earned Americans' confidence. Actor Tom Hanks earned the highest score, making him America's most trusted man (65%). Highlights from the "The Most Trusted People in America" poll include: Michelle Obama (53%), known for fighting childhood obesity and advocating for military families, outscored every single politician on the list, including her husband, President Barack Obama (45%). Other politicos include Colin Powell (50%) and Hillary Clinton (47%), both landing in the top half of the list. Those surveyed trust TV judges more than Supreme Court Justices. Straight-talking dispute-settler Judge Judy (51%) had the highest score of all the judges on our list - including all nine Supreme Court Justices, and was closely followed by Judge Joe Brown (48%). Jon Stewart (36%) and Stephen Colbert (33%) outscored more serious comm ...
MOTHER CLINTON WILL REMAIN ON TOP. Reason-Rupe Public Opinion Survey Hillary Clinton Election 2016 Presidential Candidates Public Puts Hillary Clinton Far Ahead of 2016 Contenders Emily Ekins|Mar. 1, 2013 7:00 pm The latest Reason-Rupe poll asked Americans what one person they would most like to see run for president in 2016. Without being given a list to choose from, Hillary Clinton was the most frequented name given at 22 percent. It is unclear from this data alone whether this result stems from Americans who want her to run and win and those who want her to run, and well, lose. Hillary’s 22 percent is far higher than the second highest vote-getter, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) who garnered a little more than three percent of open-ended responses. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie also came in a close 3rd also at three percent. Other names that hit the radar include Vice President Joe Biden, and former Texas Congressman Ron Paul with two percent respectively. Nevertheless, still more than half of Americans ...
"John Kerry is the new secretary of state. Or the pressure has really taken a toll on Hillary Clinton." -- Stephen Colbert
Last Laughs: LATE NIGHT POLITICAL HUMOR. Jimmy Kimmel: "The US Postal Service made a big announcement. For the past few years, the Postal Service has been losing billions of dollars so to cut costs, starting in August, they will no longer deliver mail on Saturdays…They will still deliver packages on Saturday, just not regular mail, which means we'll only get the Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon packet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Fridays now." David Letterman: "You know who enjoys fashion week? Hillary Clinton. Yeah, I say get in there and get a look at the new pantsuits." David Letterman: "You know Fox News? You folks ever watch the Fox News? Listen to this, in the last two months, they have fired Sarah Palin, former part-time governor of Alaska and *** Morris, well-known political pundit, fired both of them, Fox News. Well, great. Two more jobs lost under Obama. Thanks a lot." Stephen Colbert: "A group called Americans for Common Cents, which is a delightful play on words because the penny i ...
I LOVE Hillary Clinton! "Republicans refuse to live in an evidence based world."
A super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton for president in 2016 was registered with the Federal Election Commission on Friday.
Stephen Colbert weighs in on Ron Johnson-Hillary Clinton dust-up
" Thank you, Madame Hillary". Thank you Stephen Colbert, for making me picture Hillary Clinton as a dominitrix. Not bad.
Successful people are often asked to deliver a university or college's graduation speech, Here are some words of wisdom offered in commencement speeches over the last few years from President Obama, Conan O'Brien, Hillary Clinton, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Carter.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Stephen Colbert, Freeman A. Hrabowski and Rhianna speak and perform at the TIME 100 Gala in New York City
As Seen on TV: Michelle Obama Blankets Airwaves Apr 22, 2012 (page 1 of 6) View Entire Story In a recent interview, Stephen Colbert asked first lady Michelle Obama which show "has more gravitas as a broadcaster" -- The Colbert Report or iCarly. The funny man wasn't just fishing for compliments. He was pointing out that the first lady is just about everywhere, from Comedy Central to Nickelodeon. Lately, Michelle Obama is no stranger to television entertainment. She's already outpaced past first ladies, like Laura Bush and Hillary Clinton, in the number of TV appearances she's made over the first four years of a president's term. Dan Gainor, of the Media Research Center, said Michelle Obama really is "off the charts" in the number of times she's appeared in entertainment television cameos, even more so "than I dare say many big name actors and actresses." In just the last four months, viewers have seen Obama do push-ups with Ellen DeGeneres, play tug o' war
What do Justice Kennedy, Stephen Colbert, Hillary Clinton and Pres. Hrabowski have in common?
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