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Liberal comedian Jon Stewart recently called out Hillary Clinton for being inauthentic.

Stewart said the Democratic frontrunner appears to be "a very bright woman without the courage of her convictions," and compared her attempts at appearing authentic to Magic Johnson hosting a talk show and a Mac computer trying to run a PC game.

Sean Hannity said tonight that he and the former Daily Show host may have finally found something they agree on.

Reacting to the clip, Rev. Darrell Scott said "It's very obvious that Hillary Clinton is the typical politician that will say or do anything to get elected."

Juan Williams, meanwhile, said that the "saving grace of Democrats" is that Clinton is running against Donald Trump.

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