One day after his big primary win in New Hampshire, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is stopping by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
Sanders pulled off a major victory in New Hampshire yesterday, handily beating his fellow Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the primary. The Vermont senator nabbed 60 percent of the vote, versus the 38 percent who voted Clinton.
Colbert previously hosted Sanders in a September interview, where he broke down why he considers himself a democratic socialist and his entire platform.
This comes the same week as Bill O'Reilly making claims on Colbert's show that Sanders and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump are essentially similar.
"He's someone who can stir a crowd, but how do you go in there and change things?" O'Reilly asked. "It's good and it's bad. The good part about it is, it gets people engaged in the political process. Trump himself has performed a miracle by making Americans actually pay attention to what's happening, so that's good. What's bad is, both Trump and Sanders say stuff that's impossible - it could never happen."
Regardless, Sanders should clarify his position further in his appearance today.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert airs tonight at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
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