If TV ratings are any indication, younger voters are more interested in “Robot Chicken” and “Teen Mom Season 6” than they are Hillary Clinton.
The Democratic presidential candidate’s appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Monday night scored a paltry 0.4 rating among viewers 18-49, The Wrap reports.
The site reported:
The former first lady and potential future President of the United States guested on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” last night, but the initial Nielsen panel wasn’t impressed. As a matter of fact, NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” actually managed to tie the hour-earlier ABC talk show in the 25 markets with local people meters.
Both shows managed a 0.4 rating Monday night in the key 18-49 demographic, per the very early metric.
A candidate for New York’s 65th District incited boos from the audience at a recent forum in New York City when she declared her belief that “all lives matter.”
Six candidates for the 65th District participating in a forum at the Abrons Arts Center Playhouse were asked Tuesday night to articulate their thoughts about improving police relations with minority communities, and all but one stated their support of the Black Lives Matter movement, DNAinfo reports.
But incumbent Alice Cancel, who won a special election to replace disgraced Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver this spring, provided a different answer that didn’t sit well with many in attendance.
Much of the crowd at the Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center Playhouse erupted in boos, while some applause and cheers could also be heard.
Once the furor died down, Cancel shared her perspective on tackling fraught relations between officers and citizens, which she attributed to a growing lack of familiarity between the two — the answer, she argued, is closing the gap.
Cher turned Hilary Clinton’s “love trumps hate” slogan on its head over when weekend when she had a few choice words for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a Clinton fundraiser in Cape Cod on Sunday.
The event, which helped Clinton raise about $1.5 million for her campaign, was recorded by Towleroad CEO Michael Goff, who posted a video of the 70-year-old sexualized singer’s comments to Facebook.
“One thing about her, she has a really good heart,” Cher said of her pal Clinton, whom the singer has supported since her bid for the U.S. Senate in 2000. “None of us are perfect, but I believe she is genuine …”