Now, George, I know there were interesting TV last night. Jon stewart/hillary Clinton That's right. She's had this summer-long book tour and has all the trappings of a presidential campaign much last... See More
Now, George, I know there were interesting TV last night. Jon stewart/hillary Clinton That's right. She's had this summer-long book tour and has all the trappings of a presidential campaign much last night when she stat down with Stuart she dropped some of her biggest hints yet about a real run and Jon Karl has the details. Reporter: After a media blitz that hasn't always gone all that smoothly, Hillary Clinton received a friendlier reception last night from Jon Stewart. Jon Stewart began by saying Hillary Clinton was going to make a big announcement on his show. She is here solely for one reason, to publicly and definitively declare her candidacy for the president of the United States. Reporter: When she came on stage she didn't make any declarations but amidst all the joking, she came pretty close. I think I speak for everybody when I say no one cares, they just want to know if you're running for president. I was going to make an announcement but I saw -- you kind of spoiled it for me. No, no so that's a yes. The big spoiler. So, you know, I'm just going to have to reconsider. Sure. Where I go do it. A little confusion. Do you like commuting to wok or do you like a home office. What's your -- You know, I've spent so many years commuting I'd kind of prefer a home office. Would you like to have corners or not to have corners? I don't know. You know, I think that the world is so complicated, the fewer corners that you can have are better. Reporter: Hillary's media blitz has not been all laughs. She's come under fire for taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in speaking fees from colleges and universities where students are facing tuition hikes and she's been called tone deaf for saying this to Diane sawyer. We came out of the white house not only dead broke but in debt. That was an artful use of words obviously. Reporter: The appearance off "The Daily Show" comes at the end of one of the most aggressive book rollouts political book rollouts we have seen but even though there's been a lot of publicity it's been replaced about a book harshly negative about Hillary Clinton. You see both sides. Yet, you have to give Jon Stewart credit. He used the jokes to get her to answer the question. Reporter: No question about that. Jon Karl, thanks very much.
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