Looks like Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is going to make her first daytime talk show appearance since announcing her plan to run for President. According to the Ellen DeGeneres Show’s Twitter, Clinton will sit down with the host on the week of September 8.
Clinton, who appeared on the show back in 2007, is just one of three women who are making an appearance during that particular week. The Ellen DeGeneres Show tweeted that along with Clinton, transgender star Caitlyn Jenner and Malala Yousafzai, who is the youngest Nobel Prize laureate will also sit down with Ellen. Pairing Malala with the Presidential hopeful is a no-brainer. For years, Clinton has worked tirelessly for the sake of education, and Malala is an activist for female education.
Although it’s not known when Hillary Clinton‘s interview will air, we’re sure that Ellen DeGeneres will be the first to tell her viewers, as it’s sure to be a ratings bonanza.
These 3 women are changing the world. They’re also on my premiere week, starting September 8th. pic.twitter.com/LIfey50L6C
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) August 17, 2015
Fans of the show had all kinds of reactions to this announcement.
— Jakob | Sverige (@JTennis95) August 17, 2015
— Spray away cali (@Skylookup1775) August 17, 2015
@TheEllenShow AS IF I WASNT EXCITED ENOUGH
— R Pizzle (@tomlinpinkpoop) August 17, 2015
@TheEllenShow You only got 2 women there. And one guy with excellent plastic surgery.
— Steven DiMartino (@StevenDiMartino) August 17, 2015
— Enthu Cutlet (@lady_gabbar) August 17, 2015
— Matt (@whatthevegan) August 17, 2015
— Miriam Zapata (@miriamzapp) August 17, 2015
Hillary’s first interview since announcing her plans to run for President was back in July with CNN’s Brianna Keilar. Additionally, Clinton also sat down with Maria Elena Salinas earlier in August. This isn’t the only Clinton that Ellen has talked to on her daytime talk show. Earlier in the year, she sat down with then new grandpa President Bill Clinton.
During the interview she tried to egg him on in announcing Hillary’s candidacy. This was prior to her announcing that she’s running for 2016. At the time, he laughed, “I don’t know what Hillary is going to do. That is the truth. If I did, I wouldn’t tell you, but I don’t know.”
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