"No one has been more angry with Bill Clinton than me": This is how Hillary picks up anti-Trump Republicans

Stephen Colbert has some free advice for Hillary. It says more about the state of the GOP

Published May 6, 2016 11:15AM (EDT)

"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert last night offered some advice for Hillary Clinton, who, barring an impossible set of circumstances, will soon face Donald Trump's hyper-focused wrath in a general election.

"(Hillary has) been busy courting anti-Trump Republicans, also known as the U.S. Congress," Colbert began. "She figures she can pick up some votes because no GOP candidate has been so reviled by the establishment since their 1884 nominee, Tub of Beef Tallow in a Top Hat."

In a segment he called "Just the Tip," Colbert advised Hillary to "remind Republicans that no one has been more angry with Bill Clinton than you."

To avoid allegations of her frigidity, Colbert continued, Hillary must not yell ("they'll say you sound shrill") or be too calm ("they'll say you're an ice queen"), but otherwise, "Just be yourself."

Watch the full segment below:

By Brendan Gauthier

Brendan Gauthier is a freelance writer.

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