Presidential candidates on late night shows are nothing new. In fact, it actually seems kind of required. It's a good way to appeal to mainstream voters and seem down to earth and even, dare we say, cool. The trend was started by Bill Clinton way back in the lead up to the 1992 election (remember when he played the saxophone on Arsenio Hall?). So it's kind of poetic that the most candidate to participate in the pop culture ritual is none other than Bill's wife, Hillary Clinton, who's running for the democratic presidential nomination (in case you were living under a rock).
Hillary, who's been facing some surprising stuff competition from Bernie Sanders in the race for the nomination, stopped by the Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and, well, she slayed it. Even The Washington Post liked her appearance, saying she's "got her groove back."
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