Stephen Colbert to Bill Clinton: You are the Medusa of political persuasiveness (Videos)

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Last night’s Colbert Report was a special one. Filmed during the Clinton Global Initiative University this past weekend at Washington University in St. Louis, former President Bill Clinton sat down with host Stephen Colbert. The pair – who are now best friends forever, according to Colbert discussed what the CGI does, how the President enjoys his time away from the White House now that he’s able to have a “bigger impact in a narrower field” and, naturally, Colbert confronts the seemingly well-meaning do-gooder, accusing Clinton of maintaining a “secret plan.”

However, before anything can proceed, Colbert lays down some strict ground rules, one of which involves a hand-held mirror to deflect the Arkansas native’s charisma. “You are the Medusa of political persuasiveness,” Colbert tells Clinton, minutes before he basically forces Clinton to join Twitter. Check out the entire appearance below!

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