Hillary Clinton Sets 'Tonight Show' Return Before Primaries

The Democratic presidential candidate will sit down with Jimmy Fallon on Jan. 14.
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Hillary Clinton is headed back to late-night.

The Democratic presidential candidate will stop by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Jan. 14, NBC announced Thursday.

This marks the former First Lady's first appearance on the show since Sept. 16, and comes just weeks ahead of the Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1 and the New Hampshire primary on Feb. 9. 

Not coincidentally, Clinton's visit comes days after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will sit down with Fallon on Jan. 11 — also his first since September. Clinton's sit-down also coincides with the next GOP debate, which will air on Fox Business Network.

The day before her Tonight Show appearance, Clinton will appear on Amanda de Cadenet’s interview series The Conversation on Lifetime.