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"Clusterf@#k to the White House" continues as Jon reports on Hillary Clinton's new campaign song, a parody of The Sopranos series finale. Hillary's campaign song choice, Celine Dion's "You and I".
Also, Jon reports on New York's Mayor Bloomberg leaving the Republican party and becoming an independent. His move made for some tasty media fodder as they speculate whether Bloomberg as well as many others like Al Gore will run for President in a segment called "May or May Not".
Finally, Jon reports on The Vatican issuing 10 commandments for driving in a segment called "Jesus Take the Wheel". Senior Vatican Correspondent John Oliver talks with Jon about these new commandments.
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