The presidential candidate will also sit down with ABC's David Muir for 'World News Tonight'

By Amanda Michelle Steiner
Updated September 08, 2015 at 03:39 PM EDT
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Hillary Clinton will make her first appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Sept. 16, NBC announced Tuesday.

It will mark the presidential candidate’s first late-night appearance since announcing her White House run back in April. While in New York City, Clinton will also be dropping by The Ellen DeGeneres Show as it tapes for its bi-coastal premiere week event.

As part of her N.Y.C. media tour, Clinton will also sit down with David Muir on World News Tonight for a wide-ranging interview set to air Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. ET. Their conversation will cover the Iran deal, her email as Secretary of State, her campaign, and more. It will be Clintion’s first sit-down with an evening news anchor in her role as presidential candidate.

When The Tonight Show returns Tuesday, host Jimmy Fallon will welcome Richard Gere, Jessica Simpson, and Keith Urban.

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