While Bernie Sanders was getting two full segments – and a show opening – in which to deliver his message on Stephen Colbert’s The Late Show, over on the country’s most watched late-night program The Tonight Show, his campaign’s site was billboarded for a full 2 minutes and 44 seconds on a podium while Jimmy Fallon competed for the title of Best Bernie Sanders Doppelganger, giving Larry David a run for his money.
Late-night-wise, Sander’s whirlwind one-day media tour of New York was a big win, as the New Hampshire primary winner turns his focus to the South Carolina primary, where his Dem rival Hillary Clinton has the edge. Sanders will debate Clinton tonight on PBS, simulcast on CNN. Our money’s on Clinton bringing up his media storming of NYC.
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