After keeping a low profile for much of the year, Hillary Clinton is ready for prime time again. The runner-up in the November presidential election is in full-on television blitz mode in support of her new book, “What Happened,” about her election loss to Donald Trump.
Clinton will be appearing “on morning shows, daytime shows, evening news shows, cable news shows and even late-night television over the next few weeks,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Over the weekend she made a stop on “CBS Sunday Morning” for an interview with Jane Pauley.
As we reported last week, Clinton also has appearances coming up on ABC’s “The View,” on Wednesday, Sept. 13, and CBS’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
THR quotes Brian Fallon, who served as spokesman for Clinton’s presidential campaign, commenting on her current media push, saying: “I am sure Donald Trump will relish the chance to resume his attacks on Hillary Clinton with her back in the news, but I don’t blame her for not letting that silence her. She’s not running for elected office ever again, and the Democratic Party is well on its way to identifying its next generation of leaders. Her book is not going to impair the party’s rebuilding efforts.”