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By Anne E. Kornblut
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The reason for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's side trip from the campaign trail has been revealed: She is on her way to Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, where she will appear tonight on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." (Her campaign advisers cannot confirm whether their assurances that her disappearance was "nothing bad" will extend to her one-liners.)

Clinton has treated the comedy show as her best friend in the media of late, with aides pointing approvingly to a Tina Fey commentary on "SNL" last week and then Clinton herself quoting an "SNL" skit in a recent debate. She returns to the campaign Sunday.

By Post Editor  |  March 1, 2008; 8:41 PM ET
Categories:  Hillary Rodham Clinton  
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