Jimmy Fallon delivered the opening monologue on NBC's The Tonight Show Tuesday before faking an injury and asking someone to take his place. Enter his predecessor, Jay Leno, who came prepared with endless material regarding the 2016 presidential race. "The election is getting nasty. See, this Ralph Nader called Hillary Clinton a 'corporatist' and a 'militarist.' Isn't that unbelievable? Ralph Nader is still alive," Leno joked. "And Hillary Clinton is not the only Democrat running. Martin O'Malley, the ex-governor of Maryland—do you know him? He's running for president. See, look! Nobody knows him. He's 2 percent in the polls—2 percent! He's been in the race for eight months and he's only tied with low-fat milk. That's not good."
"After that last debate, Marco Rubio is being called the best communicator in the Republican party, which is kind of like being the smartest Kardashian," Leno said as the audience laughed. "He is not the only Hispanic running. No, no! Señor Jeb Bush is also running for president. You know, a lot of ...
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