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As Hillary opens a jar of pickles on Jimmy Kimmel live, Rudy Giuliani says she's pickled

Meanwhile Colin Powell says "Don't pin the email on me; I'm free" as a pickle

Hillary Clinton appeared as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night. Kimmel's name and likeness have appeared on Los Angeles are buses as a candidate for Vice President. I'm not sure how serious he is.

Clinton wasn't serious at all. She grimaced and feigned difficulty opening the glass jar of pickles. It would've been perfect if Bernie Sanders had walked onto the set and helped her, but he's too busy working on his political legacy.

Meanwhile, the man the Washingotn Post describes as a surrogate for Republican nominee Donald Trump, former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani, appeared on Fox News to doubt Hillary's health.

"I think Hillary's tired. . . . She looks sick," Giuliani said Monday on Fox News. The day before, he urged viewers of a separate Fox interview, "Go online and put down 'Hillary Clinton illness.' Take a look at the videos for yourself."

Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon tweeted in response, "Google Rudy and health and you can read about how he withdrew from '00 Senate race against Clinton." This was a not so veiled reference to Giuliani's prostate cancer.

As Hillary appears on Jimmy Kimmel Live to open a jar of pickles . . . . . . . . Colin Powell said he will no longer help Clinton out of her e mail pickle.

help justify her use of a private email server while she was secretary of State.

The Democratic presidential nominee reportedly told FBI investigators that Powell, another former secretary of State, recommended she use a private email account.

Clinton allegedly discussed email practices with her predecessor during a dinner after she became the top U.S. diplomat in 2009, The New York Times said Thursday.

On Sunday, Powell told the New York Post's Page Six that Clinton was using her private email long before their meeting.

"The truth is she was using it for a year before I sent her a memo telling her what I did [during my term as Secretary of State]," he said. "Her people have been trying to pin it on me."

But, the Post reported that "despite appearing angered by the situation," Powell added, "It doesn't bother me. It's OK, I'm free."

What does all of this add up to? When the going gets weird the weird turn pro--Hunter S. Thompson. Stay tuned folks, it's about to get interesting.


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