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VIDEO: Jon Stewart Mocks FOX & CNN 'Exclusive' Interviews with Hillary Clinton

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On last night's THE DAILY SHOW, host Jon Stewart mocked FOX's and CNN's recent "exclusive" interview with HiIlary Clinton. Exclaimed Stewart, "Good get! They should be proud of themselves for scoring an interview from the Salinger-like recluse Hillary Clinton - a woman whose secretive nationwide book tour had restricted her access to NBC, CBS, ABC twice, and the Arlington Virginia Costco."

Check out the clip below!

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VIDEO: Jon Stewart Mocks FOX & CNN 'Exclusive' Interviews with Hillary Clinton


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