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Hillary Clinton Books The Daily Show

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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MOMENT OF ZEN? Stewart, Clinton (inset) • Jon Stewart as kingmaker? In case there was any doubt about the desperation of the Clinton campaign, Hillary books an appearance on The Daily Show to air Monday. It's her second appearance, but the first since announcing her candidacy.

Kindred Spirits: Republican also-ran Mike Huckabee stops in for a sit-down with talk show also-ran Tyra Banks. They discuss a topic close to their hearts (and respective fanbase): the gays.

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