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Hey, Bill Clinton — we'll call you if we need you!
Hillary Clinton is working hard on her run to the White House, and if she actually does win in November, the question many people are asking is, well, what would the current president do with a former president by her side?
The answer is… not as much as you'd think!
During Sunday night's Democratic presidential debate, the former Secretary of State was asked about what her husband's role might be in advising her in office.
Hillary Clinton is ready for a showdown!
Clinton admitted she didn't watch Trump's latest appearance on the NBC late night show, and thinks Trump is "a lot more obsessed with me than I am with him."
But when Fallon asked if the candidate was intimidated by the billionaire, she responded with an unequivocal "no" that even left the host feeling a little shaken!
The 68-year-old also talked about how she and Bill Clinton like to watch the Republican debates with a "running commentary," opened up about her tight race against Bernie Sanders, and spoke on getting endorsed by Planned Parenthood!
But Hill wasn't all business — she also dished on how she finds the iPhone's autocorrect annoying, and even took a Snapchat with Jimmy (working on that youth vote, obviously)!
As he did with the GOP frontrunner, Fallon put Clinton through a mock job interview for POTUS — watch the entire interview (below) to find out how she did!
We're so happy for Chelsea Clinton and her growing family!
One person who doesn't quite get it yet? Chelsea and husband Marc Mezvinsky's 15-month-old daughter Charlotte.
According to Hillary Clinton's own baby girl, little Charlotte hasn't grasped the concept of having another kid in the house. At the American Library Association Conference on Monday, the 35-year-old shared:
The comedian did not enter a plea and the judge set his bail at $1 million to which the actor posted 10% of the full amount and was able to leave the police station.
Since then, the comedian's legal representation has spoken out as they believe the criminal charge is just a political move. One of Cosby's representatives, Monique Pressley, has further supported this idea and addressed the charges by saying:
Shots fired… again!