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Hillary and Bill Clinton continue their national whistle stop tour


Hillary and Bill Clinton continued their speaking engagements last night, this time with comedian Ben Stiller, who hosted the event.

The former Democratic presidential candidate and former president took their places at the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit to plan the next leg of their national whistle-stop tour.

The couple shared their time in the political arena and discussed some hot-button issues – though some criticized their reluctance to go into some of the day's more controversial debates.

The former Democratic presidential candidate and former president took their places at the Fox Theater in downtown Detroit for the next leg of their Whistle Stop National Tour

Stiller asked Hillary Clinton about Julian Assange's recent arrest and she admitted to having "strong feelings" for his behavior

Stiller asked Hillary Clinton about Julian Assange's recent arrest and she admitted to having "strong feelings" for his behavior

A special guest moderator was presented at each event, with comedian and liberal activist Stiller taking on the role for the evening.

Formally dressed, Stiller asked Hillary about Julian Assange's recent arrest and she admitted to having "strong feelings" for his behavior.

"I think it was used willingly to undermine our elections and the functioning of our government," she said.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be seen in London on Thursday. Stiller asked Hillary about Assange's arrest and she admitted to having "strong feelings" for his behavior

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be seen in London on Thursday. Stiller asked Hillary about Assange's arrest and she admitted to having "strong feelings" for his behavior

"An evening with President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton"

They also discussed the impact of social media on an evolving democratic landscape. "One of the things that is frustrating today is that it's so hard ... to know the difference between fact and fiction," said Bill Clinton, who was president from 1993 to 2001

They also discussed the impact of social media on an evolving democratic landscape. "One of the things that is frustrating today is that it is so difficult to tell the difference between fact and fiction," said Bill Clinton, who was president from 1993 to 2001

Added: "The bottom line is that he has to answer for what he did, at least as it was billed."

In an ironic nod to Trump's tough immigration stance, Clinton added, "I find it a little ironic that he's the only foreigner this government would welcome in the United States."

Assange was arrested at the Ecuadorian embassy in London on Thursday, and the US has accused him of teaming up with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to break into a secret Pentagon government computer.

They also discussed the impact of social media on an evolving democratic landscape

They also discussed the impact of social media on an evolving democratic landscape

However, there were some criticisms, with some commentators pointing out that after college admissions scandals, US race relations, and in-depth foreign policy, they hadn't raised more meaty issues such as elitism

However, there were some criticisms, with some commentators pointing out that after college admissions scandals, US race relations, and in-depth foreign policy, they hadn't raised more meaty issues such as elitism

They also discussed the impact of social media on an evolving democratic landscape.

"One of the things that is frustrating today is that it is so difficult to tell the difference between fact and fiction," said Bill Clinton, who was president from 1993 to 2001.

However, there were some points of criticism, with some commentators pointing out that after college admissions scandals, racial relations in the United States and in-depth foreign policy, they hadn't raised more meaty issues like elitism.

The day before they heard a Heckler shout at their New York City event, "It's boring," before he was silenced.

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