Date TimeSeptember 08, 2017
VoiceHillary Clinton Sets 'Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Return

 The former Democratic presidential candidate will appear on Sept. 19. Hillary Clinton is adding at least one late-night stop to her upcoming media tour.

The former Secretary of State and Democratic presidential candidate will appear on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Sept. 19, it was announced Thursday.

This marks her first late-night visit since she was defeated by Donald Trump in the November 2016 presidential election and just her second appearance on Late Show since Colbert succeeded Letterman as host. She previously appeared in October 2015.

Emma Stone is also set to appear that night, to promote her new movie Battle of the Sexes.

The Late Show is one of several TV interviews Clinton is giving this month to promote her new memoir, What Happened, described as a look back at the 2016 election as well as a look at a current administration under Trump. Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS, is publishing the book, and Clinton is also set to appear on the network Sunday for her first major TV interview since the election, on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley.

Clinton will also appear on The View on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

In addition to Clinton, Colbert also recently scored one of the first interviews with ousted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. On Thursday, Jimmy Kimmel Live! announced it had booked the first late-night interview with Scaramucci's predecessor Sean Spicer, set for Sept. 13.

The Late Show airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. on CBS.

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