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jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- hillary clinton, dakota johnson, musical guest, fetty wap, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 330! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey! [ cheers and applause ] love you guys. hey, welcome. welcome, everybody. welcome to the "the tonight show." thank you so much for being
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here. thank you. oh, you all made it. this is all you. this is you. [ cheers and applause ] looking good. welcome to "the tonight show." i'm your host, jimmy fallon. and if you're watching us after the debate, you can turn up your volume now. [ laughter ] big night for politics. big night for us here. we have democratic presidential candidate and former secretary of state hillary clinton on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] big deal for us. and, we have rapper fetty wap on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] did somebody say running mates? [ laughter ] as you can imagine with hillary clinton being here, security is very tight. the secret service has been here all day, sweeping the halls, sweeping the offices, the hard drives. i mean, everything.
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[ laughter and applause ] guys, get this. jim gilmore was the only g.o.p. candidate not invited to the republican debates tonight. but i saw that he actually plans to live tweet it. [ light laughter ] when he heard that, jeb bush was like, "can i do that? [ laughter ] i don't want to be -- i don't want to be here. i don't want to do this." that's right, jim gilmore plans to live tweet tonight's debate. so, get ready, world. [ light laughter ] and by world, i mean jim gilmore's almost 1,500 followers. [ laughter and applause ] he has almost as many followers as miley cyrus's pet turtle. [ laughter ] that's very interesting. a little trivia. get this. a conservative super pac just announced yesterday that they plan to spend $1 million on campaign ads attacking donald trump. trump was like, "make it $2 million and i'll star in them." [ laughter and applause ] "i'll do it. what do i care?" listen to this, you guys, a a donor that gave rick perry
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$5 million said this week he wants his money back. [ light laughter ] which only got worse when rick perry was like, "but i spent it on these magic beans." [ laughter and applause ] and this isn't good here. i saw that according to the new poll, almost half of florida voters think their own candidates, jeb bush and marco rubio, should drop out of the race. [ audience oohs ] while the other half of florida keeps asking what happened to eisenhower. [ laughter ] "i love ike. where did he go?" [ light laughter ] check this out. mark zuckerberg announced yesterday that facebook is working on a dislike button. [ audience ohs ] now the options will be "like" or "dislike." yeah, i don't know. i still feel, it doesn't feel like enough. it's too black and white. i feel like there's more. so, we came up with more buttons that say how we really feel about things that we see on facebook. [ light laughter ] check this out. like first, there's the "your third baby isn't as exciting as your first baby" button.
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[ laughter and applause ] we've seen it. congratulations. then there's the "we get it, you got engaged" button. [ laughter and applause ] [ cheers ] after that, there's the "i clicked 'maybe' to be polite, but there's no way i'm going to your band's show" button. [ laughter and applause ] then there's the "get over yourself, you made dinner, not history" button. [ laughter and applause ] beautiful. >> steve: nice. >> jimmy: and finally, there's the "it's just a 5k, so quit acting like you won 'american ninja warrior'" button. [ laughter and applause ] that would make facebook much easier. we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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show tonight. former new york senator, secretary of state, and first lady of the united states, hillary clinton is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! come on! >> jimmy: i cannot wait to talk to her. it's gonna be fantastic. plus, she's getting great reviews for her performance in the new movie "black mass." dakota johnson is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah! >> jimmy: i like her. and we have great music from fetty wap, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: here's fetty wap. guys, we're in week two of the nfl season. and sunday night's big match-up is between the seattle seahawks and the green bay packers. [ scattered cheers ] yeah. now, as you know, at the end of every season, they give out awards like "most valuable player." but they also give out awards at the beginning of the season, sort of like the ones in high school year books, like "most likely to succeed," "class clown," stuff like that. so with that in mind, it's time for "tonight show" superlatives. [ cheers and applause ]
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tonight show superlatives >> jimmy: our first player is josh sitton. he's a guard for the green bay packers. he was voted "most likely to be the old photo santa used for his tinder account." [ laughter ] >> steve: looks good. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. next, we have bryan bulaga. he's a defensive tackle for the packers. he was voted "most likely to change the channel by throwing a beer can." [ laughter ] [ slurring ] "i ain't watchin' 'house wives'!" next up is j.r. sweezy. he's a guard from the seattle seahawks. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] he was voted "most likely to say, 'as you wish, master,'
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[ laughter and applause ] next from the packers is b.j. raji. he was voted "most likely to be what shaq looked like as a a baby." [ laughter ] "goo-goo ga-ga. goo-goo ga-ga." [ laughter ] next up from the seahawks is jon ryan. he was voted "most likely to get sunburned by the moon." [ laughter ] >> steve: my skin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next from the seahawks, starting quarterback russell wilson. he was voted "most likely to wave with just his fingers." [ laughter ] next up is mark glowinski from the seahawks. he was voted "most likely to ask you if you wanted to go pig ticklin'." [ laughter ]
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next from the packers, we have ha ha clinton-dix. [ light laughter ] he was voted "most likely to have someone else order for him at starbucks." [ laughter ] "not worth it anymore. you do it." next we have will tukuafu from the seahawks. he was voted "most likely to have literally turned his smile upside down." [ laughter ] could we see what it would look like? there you go. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i'm sad. i'm happy. >> jimmy: finally, from the seahawks is marshawn lynch. [ audience ohs ] ladies and gentlemen, he was voted "most likely to say, 'jimmy fallon? i love those guys.'" [ laughter ] there you go, guys. those are nfl superlatives. we'll be right back with hillary clinton, everybody! come on back! [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] [ phone ringing ] [ cheers and applause ]
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>> hello. who's this? >> jimmy: congratulations. you're speaking to donald trump. [ laughter ] >> oh, hello, donald. >> jimmy: how are you, hillary? i haven't seen you since my last wedding. >> well, i'm sure i'll see you at the next one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: anyway, i just finished the g.o.p. debate. as usual, i was fantastic. everyone loved me. now, look, i know you're about to go out for your interview with jimmy fallon. but he's a total lightweight, so i'm going to do him a favor and interview you instead. >> that's great. you know how much i love being interviewed. as long as you don't start talking over me when i'm trying to make a point -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. question one. [ laughter ] you recently said, "mr. trump insults and dismisses women." but tell me, what would you do to help women in this country? >> you know, donald, i've spent my entire career fighting for women's rights. i'll push for equal pay in the work place. [ cheers ] for protecting women's health
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and reproductive rights, making quality affordable child care a a reality for families. that's what i believe in. that's what i'm fighting for. and you know, i'm really curious, donald. what is your stance on women's issues? >> jimmy: look, i know a lot of women, and they all have issues. [ laughter and applause ] next question. [ laughter ] how do you plan to get your message across to the american people? >> well, look donald, it's a a long campaign, and i'm traveling across our great nation. i'm listening to people's stories. i'm confident americans will see i can deliver for them, that they can count on me for them and their families. >> jimmy: see, you sound like a a robot. [ laughter ] bleep bloorp bleep bloorp, does not compute. you want to win, here's what you gotta do. first, yell. [ laughter ]
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in fact, this phone isn't even plugged in. [ laughter ] i'm just yelling. [ cheers and applause ] and you're hearing me. okay. next -- [ laughter ] pick three things everyone loves and say that you hate them. watch. puppies -- stupid. [ laughter ] rainbows, total losers. fall foliage, tree puberty. [ laughter ] are you writing all this down? >> um, hold on. let me grab my pen. [ cheers and applause ] okay, donald, i got it. >> jimmy: all right. next question. immigration. wall or giant wall? [ laughter ] >> you know, come on, donald. america was built by people who came here, they worked their hearts out for a better life. and that's what many immigrants are doing today. their dream is to become
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american citizens. [ cheers and applause ] and you know, you're trying to stop them. i mean, do you have any idea what it's like to work so hard for something, to be so close to getting it, but then someone pops up out of nowhere and tries to take it all away? >> jimmy: are you talking about bernie sanders? [ laughter ] look, i hate to say this, but i think he's losing his hair. [ laughter ] >> well -- >> jimmy: i hate to say it. he's a great guy, fantastic. i hate to say it he's losing his hair. >> yeah. well, at least he doesn't have just one strand that he twirls over his head like a soft serve at dairy queen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: toupee. i mean, touch\. [ laughter ] anyway, you're welcome for this
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a former first lady, senator from the state of new york, and secretary of state. she's also a best-selling author, a grandmother and the leading democratic candidate in the 2016 presidential election. please give a warm welcome to
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[ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. thank you so much. thank you for being here. i really appreciate it. it really means a lot to me. >> i'm thrilled to be here. this is my debut on your program. >> jimmy: it is. >> it is. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm so happy to have you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: thank you very much. >> yeah. >> jimmy: now, i have a lot to get to here. this, of course, tonight was the gop debate. >> yes, that's true. second one. >> jimmy: this is the second gop debate. >> right. >> jimmy: the two leaders over there on the republican party, one is a real estate mogul. >> right. >> jimmy: the other guy is a a neurosurgeon. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's in the lead, the other candidate. you were a senator, you were a a first lady. secretary of state. >> right. >> jimmy: is it possible that you have too much experience to become the president of the united states? [ laughter and applause ] is that possible?
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they have no experience. >> you know, it's really up to the voters to decide. you know, when you think about it, you can just, sort of, throw your head into the future and you could have the white house renamed the trump house. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, sure. >> and you could have dr. carson doing surgery in the basement. >> jimmy: we could make it all work. >> it could all work. we're adaptable as americans. you never know what to expect from us. right? we can get it done. >> jimmy: we could do it. trump, is trump going to make it? is he going to last all the way? how long do you think he will last. do you feel like he's gonna go -- are you just maybe, waiting back, like rope- a-dope style? until he just gets tired, and then he's tired, and then you go, all right, out of the way, buddy? >> well, look, i think that he's going to go as long as he wants to go. and more power to him. that is one of the great things about this country. if you're over 35 and you're eligible as an american citizen, you can actually run for president. and so, he's making the most out of it. i'm having a good time watching it.
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[ laughter and applause ] i do. i find it amazing. i mean, you were saying how much experience and all that. and you know, i know how hard this job is. i know what you have to do to try to figure out how to do it well. i obviously watched my husband. i worked with president obama. so i'm just sitting there thinking, imagine, you know, all of a sudden, you're in the kremlin. and somebody comes rushing in and goes, "oh, my gosh. did you hear what president trump said today?" [ light laughter ] you go, oh, my goodness. what does that mean? it might cause everybody else to just calm down because they wouldn't want to get it to be too excitable. >> jimmy: so they're all going to try to bring it down. >> just try to bring it down. you know, it could be good, i'm not sure. >> jimmy: we don't know. >> i love scenarios. >> jimmy: oh good, i like it -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i think you're very, very, very tough. i know you're a mother and i know you as a grandmother as well, but you're a tough mother. >> a tough mother?
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. no, no, no. no, no, i meant that in the best way. [ cheers and applause ] you are, i mean, seriously, you're like -- [ laughter ] i wouldn't mess with you. no, i wouldn't mess with you. i wouldn't fight with you. you're like if ronda rousey shopped at ann taylor loft. [ laughter ] you know what i'm saying by that? a lot of people go like, are you tough enough to be president? are you tough enough to be president? >> yes i think so. [ cheers ] but, you know, look, you've got to be a lot of different things to be a good president. you've got to start with really understanding what people are going through, and trying to figure out how you can help everybody have a better shot at a future they deserve. that's my, you know, mission in this campaign, and as president, but there are problems in the world. and there are, believe it or not, some people who don't agree with us. and might want to cause some mischief. so, you do have to be prepared
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to do it in a sensible, smart way. not bullying, but you know, with a little more diplomacy. i think that's how you get the right combination. >> jimmy: speaking of trump -- [ laughter ] >> which you seem to do a lot of, jimmy. >> jimmy: he's the best thing that happened to our show. in every monologue. >> have you ever been able to let him touch, let you touch his hair? >> jimmy: his real hair? live from "news 4 new york." this is a special report. >> good evening. i'm chuck scarborough with sibila vargas. breaking news from harlem hospital. an nypd officer shot in east harlem has died. >> mayor de blasio and the police commissioner are giving an update. >> mayor de blasio makes
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president of the pba will make remarks also. tonight, i regret to inform you that new york city police officer randolph holder, 33 years of age, badge number 13340, a five-year veteran of the new york city police department was killed in the line of duty, murdered. he was pronounced dead at 10:22 this evening in this hospital. he is the fourth new york city police officer murdered in this city in the last 11 months. tonight, as so many of our officers always do, he and his partners were responding to gunshot calls. around 8:30 p.m., he and officers assigned to the housing bureau of psa 5 were responding to shots being fired in the vicinity of east 102nd street
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and first avenue in the east harlem area of manhattan. this is an area covered by psa 5. witnesses reported that several males had fled along the footpath heading north on the fdr drive, that the the path adjacent to the river. the responding officers were informed by a male victim that his bike had been stole be at gun at gun point by the suspects. officers in plain clothes encountered a male on a bicycle northbound at east 120th street along the fdr drive. that's a pedestrian overpass over the fdr drive there was an exchange of gunfire between the male suspect and the two officers. during this exchange, officer holder was struck in the head. the suspect continues to run north along the fdr drive promenade on foot. he was apprehended at 124th
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street by responding officers. he had suffered gunshot wounds to his leg. he was taken into custody and transported to cornell medical center where i understand he will be released later this morning. and certainly taken into custody by us. three other males were taken into custody in the vicinity of east 111th street and the fdr drive. they are being questioned now as to their possible participation in the events of this evening. officer holder was taken here to harlem hospital in critical condition and as i indicated earlier, was pronounced at 10:22:00 p.m. officer holder was appointed to the department in july of 2010. his 33 years of age, unmarried. his family is here. his father also randolph holder
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randolph is an immigrant to this country. joined the new york city police department after moving here. his father was a police officer in guyana and his grandfather was also a police officer in guyana. so three generations of police in this family and now the latest generation served here with us in the new york city police department. and tonight, he did what every other officer in the nypd does when the call comes, he toward danger. it was the last time he will respond to that call. on behalf of the 35,000 men and women of this department, police officers and our 17,000 civilians i extend our deepest condolences to his family especially to his father who in his time of grief sought to comfort the officers from psa 5.
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he was strong enough and brave enough to go in and address them as they tried to comfort him. he in fact, was comforting them. extraordinary individual. and i can understand his son and the bravery his son exhibited tonight rushing toward danger. and giving his life for the citizens of new york city. mr. mayor? >> thank you, commissioner. we we're all in mourning tonight, this whole city is in mourning. mourning a man who gave his life as a guardian for all of us and we're humbled by officer randolph holder's example, an example of service and courage and sacrifice. our hearts are heavy. and we offer our thoughts and
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are experiencing unimaginable pain as we saw earlier when we gathered with them. our thoughts and prayers are also with his fellow officers from psa 5 and his larger nypd family. in the midst of all this sorrow, we have to commend the medical staff and thank the medical staff and all of the employees here at harlem hospital who did everything they could to try to save officer holder. and i thank all the community leaders, elected officials, all the nypd leadership, everyone who came here in solidarity with this officer and his family. i want to thank speaker public advocate tisch james, council public safety chair vanessa gibson and everyone who came here tonight. this sadness is so hard to describe what everyone is going through.
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and we're fighting to understand the loss of a man hon did so much, cared so much, dedicated his life to protecting others. as you heard from the commissioner, aim grant. who wanted to give back to his city and his country. who had an exemplary record as a police officer. who did everything the right way. we honor the memory of officer holder, a man who in the words of abraham lincoln, gave the last full measure of his devotion. on behalf of the city he loved. pat lynch, president of the pba. pat? >> we just had the unfortunate responsibility to tell a father his son is not coming home today. a father that understands what it is to wear a uniform. and he knows what it means. that emptiness will never go
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new york city police officers every day go out and carry themselves like super heroes on the streets. but the reality is, when we're attacked we bleed. when we bleed, we die and when we die, we cry. we need your support. we need your support. these police officers need your support as we bury our brother police officer. but it can't end there. we need your support every day on every corner in every neighborhood. so we can continue to carry ourselves like super heros so we can save you and protect you. we ask you tonight, when you all go home, and the people out in our neighborhoods before you lay your head down, please say a prayer. say a prayer that that family can get through this terrible emptiness they'll always have. >> thank you, pat. >> two questions, very early in the investigation but we'll take a few questions. anybody?
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thank you all. >> thank you very much. >> question for you. are the number of police officers who were shot up in new york city this year? >> certainly. four police officers murdered in 11 months, that's about as bad as it gets. and six in the line of duty but four murdered in the line of duty. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ]. >> we won't speak to any of that investigation is very active at this time. we'll have more availability to give you more details in the morning. the investigation continues through the evening. we'll try to the best of our ability to give you more details as we learn them, but for now we believe we have the suspect involved in the murder of our officer in custody. and we are continuing to gather evidence and continuing to seek witnesses and if there are
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this, we would ask that they contact us and provide that information. but the area will remain a very active crime scene. it covers a very large distance. the original incident occurred on 102nd street and the murder of the officer occurred many blocks away on fdr drive. we ask the residents of the neighborhoods bear with us as we try to put together this evening exactly what transpired here this evening. >> police commissioner bill brattain. a very grim faced bill brat taken. randolph holder 33 years old unmarried from guyana. his father and grandfather both police officers in guyana. the other officers shot in the line of duty were brian mooar, 25-year-old old shot in queens in may and rafael ramos and wenjian liu shot as they sat in their patrol car sue de blasio was part of that press conference saying the city was in mourning, thoughts and
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including his nypd family and, of course, ba president pat lynch pleading for prayers for the fame of randolph holden. >> a lot more. >> he was asking mainly for support i think for the nypd today and not just today but in all the days ahead. >> saying we need support for officers every day on every corner and every neighborhood. >> another sad day in the city. >> exactly. and a lot more may come about this shooting in the coming hours. wake up with today in new york beginning at 4:30 a.m. for overnight developments. you can also find the latest on our website and the nbc 4 new york app.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're hangin' out with the former senator of the great state of new york, hillary clinton right here, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] i was just saying, we -- the first time you and i met, i was with my wife, we just had a a baby. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and i was asking people for advice. and i asked you for advice. and do you remember your advice? >> i do, i do. and i think you and i went off. and i said, you know, whatever you do, read to your baby. and just read and talk and even sing. and you could do all of that. but especially reading to your baby. >> jimmy: yeah, and i was like, great, but she's an infant. i don't think she'll understand anything i'm saying. >> yeah, i know. you had a lot of questions like that. >> jimmy: but you were like, no sit down. i'm gonna tell you. this is really -- real advice.
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>> it is real advice. i mean, you -- you know because you've done it. and it really does make such a a difference to your child. and people say, well, why would i read to this infant? you know, what do they understand? they don't understand -- you're literally building their brain. you know, 80% of your brain is physically formed by the time you're three. and you're laying the foundation for the vocabulary that you will one day see as a a child learns to speak. so read, read, read. and you did it. and i hope everybody who watches you does it. >> jimmy: no, i did do it. and honest to gosh, their favorite book "the art of the deal" by donald trump. i don't know why. it's so weird. >> the illustrated version? >> jimmy: is there any other version? a lot of pictures. please, it's in my house. i need a lot of pictures. >> but you wrote a book. >> jimmy: i did. i wrote a book called "your baby's first word will be dada." >> yeah, you really made sure that winnie's first word was dada. >> jimmy: really, i tried as hard as i possibly -- >> should be sent into the wilderness. >> jimmy: i did. and we really worked hard.
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today was the first day of preschool. >> oh, my gosh. how are you doing? i don't even know how you're here. you're like working. >> jimmy: i was a mess. the whole day was -- i was just a mess. i mean, i walked in with my wife. we held her hand and i go, she's going to be crying. i wanted her to be like, oh daddy, you know? nothing. just went right in. [ laughter ] just her little hand left my hand. >> oh, my gosh. it's another one of those milestones. >> jimmy: it really was. >> it's hard. >> jimmy: i love it, but we have a 9-month-old baby. >> i heard. >> jimmy: and we're gonna just -- we're not gonna -- >> don't even send her to school. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] we're just gonna stare at her and just read to her all day. 'til she grows, 'til she gets married. >> exactly. >> jimmy: i wanna ask you some quick questions. we're running out of time. quick questions, you can give me quick answers if you want. >> great. >> jimmy: trump has immigration. >> right. >> jimmy: and bernie sanders has big business. >> right, right. >> jimmy: what would be your issue that defines your campaign? >> raising americans' incomes, getting more money into your paycheck so that you can have a a better chance and a better shot.
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>> jimmy: so, you have income. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how do you plan to make college more affordable? >> i've got a plan so that if you go to a public college or university, you will not have to borrow money to pay tuition. and i have a plan to lower the debt. reduce the interest rates, give people more of a chance to pay it off by doing some kind of service. [ cheers and applause ] and put a date certain where you're done. you've gotta to get out from under the twin problems of college is not affordable and the debt is just so burdensome. so, i'm addressing both. >> jimmy: and last question. [ applause ] where do you see yourself in five years? [ light laughter ] >> well, okay. if you agree, sitting right here, talking about running for re-election. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you for being here. >> thank you! >> jimmy: our thanks to democratic presidential candidate, hillary clinton, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] dakota johnson joins us after the break. stick around.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest stars opposite johnny depp in the new movie "black mass" which opens in theaters on friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to the show dakota johnson. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dakota. >> hi. >> jimmy: hi, welcome back. >> sorry i'm late. i was just chit-chatting with hillary. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. yes, you met hillary. yeah, yeah, it's fun, yeah. that's what happens in our hallway. yeah, you have senators, you have secretary of states and now and then we have like live animals that walk down the hallway. it's a very weird hallway. very show business hallway back there. it's very interesting to have those people and actresses like yourself as well. thank you for being here. i'm psyched. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: last time we gave you a trophy. >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: last time because you were a third generation. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in your family to be on "the tonight show." >> yeah, i -- >> jimmy: your grandma. >> yeah. and my mom. >> jimmy: your mom, and then you. >> and then me. >> jimmy: yeah, congratulations. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i have never won anything before. >> jimmy: you never won a a trophy or anything? >> no. >> jimmy: in high school, nothing? >> no. >> jimmy: no. >> no. 'cause i was -- i'm just not very good at anything. >> jimmy: no. >> but i -- >> jimmy: sports? did you play sports? >> no, you know how sometimes when they give trophies to people, they also have an area where you can buy them? >> jimmy: i didn't know if i knew that, no. >> this is what happened last time. i don't know why, i just start laughing when i see you. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're allowed to laugh. that's what the show's all about. have a good time. >> look. that's real tears. >> jimmy: yeah, show the cameras so we all understand
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that's what happens. >> which one? >> jimmy: that camera there, yeah. [ laughter ] but good. i want you to be happy that you get to be here. don't let makeup run or anything, yeah. [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. all right. let's focus here. we're talking about the trophy. >> you're gonna have to cut all of this out. >> jimmy: no, we won't. we'll leave all of it in. we'll leave all of it in. you won -- you won. you're telling me that you can buy trophies. [ laughter ] you can buy a trophy, yeah? [ laughter ] okay, let's just get off the trophy thing. we don't need to talk about the trophy thing. it's fine. you just keep crying and laughing and then i'll just talk. i want you to have fun. no, i want you to really try and enjoy yourself. [ laughter ] you just try to frown? that's not gonna work, either. you're trying to get sad? >> okay. >> jimmy: no, this is good. >> here we go. >> jimmy: you got it together. >> no, that guy. i can hear that guy laughing. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: have him removed. whoever's laughing, have him removed! throw him out of the theater. let's get into something else. let's talk about "fifty shades of grey." we can talk about that. congratulations on that. >> thank you. >> jimmy: being the biggest hit in the whole wide world. [ cheers and applause ] is there music playing? i hear music cranking. i can hear the music, but we'll just pretend we can't hear the music, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: even though it's thumping through the wall. >> that's hillary's dressing room. >> jimmy: no, it's not! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] tell her to go home. tell her to go home. all right, now look. "50 shades" made half a billion dollars. oh, my gosh. are you excited? that's unbelievable. >> it was -- yeah, it was amazing. >> jimmy: it's your first big film, and it's the biggest -- one of the biggest films ever. >> yeah. but now here you are in "black mass." >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's this giant movie. whitey bulger is johnny depp. it was just fantastic. >> johnny depp is whitey bulger. >> jimmy: yeah, i said
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whitey ulger, it's johnny depp. >> oh. >> jimmy: i slur my words sometimes. >> okay. >> jimmy: i was drinking with hillary. [ laughter ] >> me, too. >> jimmy: sorry. i apologize. johnny depp is whitey bulger. and he's very convincing. and you play whitey bulger's or johnny depp's girlfriend. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, girlfriend, mother of his child. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're very, very good. you're fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i like you. i really like you in the movie. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: you're fantastic. and you have a boston accent. >> yeah. >> jimmy: which i'm telling you, if you -- do you know anyone from boston? >> yeah, if you mess it up, they -- they might kill ya. >> jimmy: no, yeah. no, no, no, they won't go that far, but they will disown you, they won't talk to you. people in movies try the boston accent and it doesn't work. >> yeah. >> jimmy: if it's not perfect, they go get outta here. that's bad. i mean, that's not even that good. i can't do the boston accent. get outta here. >> get outta here. >> jimmy: get outta here. see yeah, you do it, you're so calm about it. yeah, but what did you do? did you study with a dialect coach? did you freak out? did you live in boston?
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>> i did. i worked with a dialect coach a a little bit. but i have a thing with eavesdropping. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, but you eavesdrop, you listen to people, where do you go? like train stations? >> well, no, yeah. well, if i was at restaurants or, you know, places i would just listen to the accents and then practice. >> jimmy: oh, really? so, say this movie was not whitey bulger. say it was set in france. could you do whitey bulger's girlfriend? >> yeah, i could do that. >> jimmy: what would it be like? >> monsier whitey. monsier blanc. monsieur blanc? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that french for white? yeah, blanc-y? blanc-y, une baguette, blanc-y. >> blanc-y, why ooh? >> jimmy: why? >> why do you to do these things? why ooh? >> jimmy: why ooh? that's really good. >> why ooh? >> jimmy: why ooh? i didn't know that's -- that's how you speak french. why ooh? >> ooh. >> jimmy: what if it was set in australia? >> okay, okay.
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so, whitey, it's so weird. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> what you're doin' is so weird. it's like not good. not good. so, bad. >> jimmy: so, bad. all right. [ laughter ] what if it was in the south, last one. >> whitey, why -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of questions in this movie. why aren't -- why did you make that pecan pie? >> whitey! whitey, you gotta stop killin' people. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: see, that's -- dakota johnson, knows how to do it. thank you. for those who don't know the story about whitey bulger, it's a true story. can you set it up? can you explain it at all? >> it's about whitey bulger, who made an alliance with the fbi to bring down the italians in boston. and also he, you know, did a
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>> jimmy: yeah, no, yeah, he's a very -- yeah, he's a tough, tough, tough -- >> based on the book "black mass." >> jimmy: here's a clip of her and johnny depp in "black mass." take a look at this. >> is that why you think you got in trouble?e 'cause you punched him in the face? all right, here's the deal. you did not get in trouble because you punched this sneaky brat in the face, not at all. you got in trouble because you punched a sneaky brat in the face in front of other people. >> i really don't think that's the right thing to be teaching your kids. >> no, that's absolutely what i should be telling them, viv. so the lesson you gotta learn is if nobody sees it, it didn't happen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: dakota johnson, everybody. "black mass" is in theaters everywhere friday. fetty wap performs for us next.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest made his network debut on "the tonight show" this summer, and has since made billboard history, becoming the first hip-hop act to chart his first four singles in the top ten at the same time. wow. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations. performing "679" off his upcoming self-titled album, with a little help from monty of remy boyz and the roots. give it up for fetty wap! [ cheers and applause ] >> ladies and gentlemen. "the tonight show with jimmy fallon." fetty wap! come on! baby girl you're so damn fine though i'm tryna know if i could hit it from behind though i'm sipping on you like some fine wine though and when it's over i press rewind though you talking bands girl i got it benjamins all in my pocket i traded in my trues for some robins he playing batman
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fetty's gon' rob him i got a ---- in my 'rari 17 shots, no 38 i got a ---- in my 'rari 17 shots, no 38 i'm like yeah, she's fine wonder when she'll be mine she walk past i press rewind to see that ass one more time and i got this sewed up remy boyz they know us all fast money no slow bucks no one can control us ay yeah baby tell me what you see is it money or it's me? i smoke twenty smell the weed i got hunnies in my v they like monty can you be my baby daddy i'm like, yeah i got robins on my jeans you see the wings on every pair all you see is remy boyz you know my ---- everywhere and if somebody got a problem
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now go say some don't you ---- play dumb you know where we came from you don't want no a1 i'm like yeah, she's fine wonder when she'll be mine she walk past i press rewind to see that ass one more time and i got this sewed up remy boyz they know us all fast money no slow bucks no one can control us ay, yeah baby [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fetty wap, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] monty! they've got the album out september 25th. my thanks to hillary clinton, dakota johnson, fetty wap! monty and the roots, right there, ladies and gentlemen! stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching.
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