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May 04, 2004

"Franken asks a Clinton for advice on Senate run"

AP reports on America's Favorite Funnyman:

As Al Franken considers challenging Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., for re-election in 2008, the comedian and liberal radio host is looking to his hometown senator for advice: Hillary Rodham Clinton.

"I asked Hillary, 'Can you give me some suggestions about running for Senate in a state you haven't lived for in a while, or in your case, ever?' " Franken recalled, laughing heartily. "And she said, 'This will be a long conversation,' so we agreed to have a long conversation about it."



Posted in StuartSmalley at May 4, 2004 10:25 AM

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