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  • Hillary Clinton has launched a podcast
  • Hillary Clinton has launched a podcast
    Gage Skidmore (2016) ©

Hillary Clinton has launched a podcast

When President Obama was a guest on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast in 2015, the episode was downloaded a record 900,000 times in 36 hours. Now, Hillary Clinton is looking to get in on the action by launching her own podcast called With Her, which she'll co-host with journalist Max Linsky.



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