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Hillary Clinton Answers After Ellen Asks if Trump Will Last Four Years

Hillary Clinton is appearing on the Friday (December 15) episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Ellen wants to know if she thinks Trump will last four years in office.

“I can’t answer that. I can’t predict it,” Clinton responded. “But I believe it really does come down to both the investigation that’s going on and to whether Republicans will decide that they have to put our country before their party.”

“I hope that enough of them will decide to do that,” Hillary added before talking about how the new tax plan will hurt a lot of people in the country.

Hillary Clinton on the ‘Perfect Storm’ That Lost Her the Election

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Lena Dunham Says She Warned Hillary Clinton About Harvey Weinstein

Lena Dunham was an avid advocate of Hillary Clinton during her presidential campaign but says she warned her team about fellow supporter Harvey Weinstein.

In a new New York Times exposé, the 31-year-old actress revealed that she spoke to several campaign directors about Harvey, who often donated money to and hosted fundraisers for Hillary.

“I just want you to let you know that Harvey‘s a rapist and this is going to come out at some point. I think it’s a really bad idea for him to host fund-raisers and be involved because it’s an open secret in Hollywood that he has a problem with sexual assault,” Lena says she told the campaign team.

Lena doesn’t believe the message was ever given to Hillary and her campaign team says they were never notified about the sexual assault allegations.

Hillary spoke out about Harvey earlier this year, saying she was “shocked and appalled” by the allegations.

Ava Phillippe Attends Teen Vogue Summit After Paris Debut

Ava Phillippe strikes a pose while attending the Teen Vogue Summit LA on Saturday (December 2) in Playa Vista, Cafif.

The 18-year-old was joined by her mom Reese Witherspoon‘s A Wrinkle In Time director Ava DuVernay, as well as two of the film’s stars, Storm Reid and Rowan Blanchard.

Also in attendance were Aly & AJ, Hillary Clinton, Yara Shahidi, Chloe X Halle, and Lilly Singh.

During the event, Yara and Hillary took the stage for the opening keynote conversation where they discussed the newly passed tax reform bill, the midterm elections, and the Trump administration.

FYI: Rowan is wearing Repossi jewelry. Storm is wearing a Ji Oh outfit and Rebecca Minkoff boots. Yara is wearing a 3.1 Phillip Lim top and pants, Jimmy Choo shoes, Young Frankk earrings, and an Eriness necklace and rings. Ava is wearing a L’Agence dress, Malone Souliers shoes, and Lady Grey earrings. Chloe and Halle are wearing Missoni.

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Kate McKinnon Returns as Hillary Clinton on 'SNL' - Watch Now!

Hillary Clinton has made her return to Saturday Night Live!

Kate McKinnon
brought back her fan-favorite portrayal of the former Democratic presidential nominee on the sketch show’s Saturday night (December 2) cold open.

Alec Baldwin
as President Trump was visited by the spirits of Michael Flynn (Mikey Day), Billy Bush (Alex Moffatt), and Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett) in a Christmas Carol style skit.

“You Donald have given me the greatest Christmas gift of all – sexual gratification in the form of your slow demise!” Kate as Hillary says to Alec as Trump.

Watch the cold opening below!

White House Christmas Cold Open – SNL

Hillary Clinton Opens Up About Why She Won't Run for President Again in 'Teen Vogue'

Hillary Clinton is on the cover of Teen Vogue‘s Volume IV: Nevertheless, We Resist issue, out on newsstands on December 5.

Here’s what the first female presidential nominee for a major party had to say:

On being an inclusive leader: “I think it was clear to anybody in this past election: There are a lot of Americans who are uncomfortable with progress that’s made by African-Americans, women, the LGBTQ community, people with different ethnicities. We have to demonstrate that we’re better and bigger than that bigotry. Not by just talking, but by demonstrating.”

On safety for children in school coming out: “It is an issue that really calls on people to be compassionate, kind, and understanding. We are at our best in our country when we treat people with respect as individuals and worry more about the content of our character, as Dr. King said, and have an open education system, an open society.”

On running for office again: “No, I’m going to support other people who are running for office. Particularly young people, and especially young women. I think that’ll be what I will do for the next stage of my life.”

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