Compared to her Republican rivals Trump, former Gov. Jeb Bush, Gov. Chris Christie and Sen. Ted Cruz, Clinton has been slow to hit the late-night circuit in support of her campaign. Since kicking off her 2016 campaign, Clinton has granted interviews to just a handful of national media outlets, including MSNBC and CNN.
But the former first lady, facing a surprisingly strong challenge from fiery Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, may be feeling the pressure to get her message out to a broader portion of the electorate and steal back some of the thunder from her rivals.
Elsewhere in the broadcast, the host and Clinton also had a bit of fun at the Donald’s expense. In a sketch that imagined a phone call between the two candidates, “Trump” -- a.k.a. Fallon in bronzer and a yellow wig -- offered up unsolicited campaign advice as Clinton took generous swigs from a glass of wine and rolled her eyes.
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