Fallon, wearing a dark suit and Trump-like hairstyle, told Clinton they haven’t seen each other since his “last wedding”.
“Well, I’m sure I’ll see you at the next one”, Clinton said.
The former secretary of state appeared at ease in the comedic setting, reaching for a glass of white wine mid-skit.
Hillary Rodham Clinton made several jokey jabs at GOP rival Donald Trump Wednesday during an appearance on “The Tonight Show“, saying that she’s enjoying the flamboyant showman’s campaign.
Clinton even got a chance to roast Trump’s oft-ridiculed hair when Fallon started joking about Bernie Sanders’ own wild follicles. Fallon-as-Trump asked. “I think he’s losing his hair”. “First: Yell. I yell all the time…Next: Pick three things people love and say you hate them”.
“This is all retroactive”, Clinton said, explaining that some information in the emails was only determined to be classified later and she did not send or receive any classified information at the time.
Hillary Clinton completely let loose on Wednesday’sThe Tonight Show.
Clinton has recently begun appearing in more national television interviews and shows, doing interviews with NBC and ABC in the past weeks, and taping an interview with Ellen Degeneres last week. When asked where she saw herself in five years, Clinton responded, “OK, if you agree, sitting right here talking about running for re-election”.
“It’s like, I don’t care”, Fallon told the magazine upon learning the news. She used the light-hearted interview to try to relate to Fallon (and all those watching) as a parent.
“But at least he doesn’t have this one strand that he twirls over his head like a soft-serve at Dairy Queen”, she said. “I mean, that is one of the great things about this country”. She added again later, “The stuff that’s in it I think is really boring people, which kind of hurts my feelings”.
CBS’ “Face the Nation” has landed Clinton for this weekend’s show.
Hillary also said she’s touch enough to be President… that parents should read to their kids… and that Kim Kardashian is very nice.
Clinton’s poll numbers have continued to slide since she entered the race amid repeated questions over her use of the private email server.