Josh Charles Hillary Clinton Video

Good Wife's Josh Charles Makes the Legal Case for Hillary Clinton — Video

Don’t get it twisted: Josh Charles and Will Gardner are two different people — and they’re both #WithHer.

Charles appears in a new public service announcement for Hillary Clinton‘s campaign, urging lawyers and law students to join the Hillary for America Victory Counsel, a group designed to get all eligible voters to the polls. And, yes, Charles’ script includes a wink at his late, great Good Wife character. (“Some people think I’m an actual lawyer.”)

And here’s another fun TV connection: Dan Rydell, Charles’ character on the short-lived ABC series Sports Night, admitted to having a crush on Clinton, who was still First Lady at the time. Dan confessed his feelings in a 1999 episode, though he claimed his crush was “more than physical. It’s cerebral.”

Hit PLAY on Charles’ video for the Clinton campaign below, then drop a comment with your thoughts.

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27 Comments
  1. Dave says:

    Absolutely pathetic. When are these liberal celebs going to realize that they need to stay in their lane and not try and muddle the political process. You have this, the ridiculous Will And Grace episode, that shameful Shondaland video with the casts of her shows. This is why Mr. Trump is saying the media is rigging this election- and he’s absolutely right.
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    We will have the last laugh tho on Election night. When the returns come in and Mr. Trump wins the Presidency, that’s going to be the wake up call these left leaning miserables need.
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    I implore all Trump voters to be out in force on Election day. Watch those polling stations carefully and be on the lookout for fraud. Make your presence known- even if by force. The time is now to save our nation. We must prevail over Crooked Hil and her insane agenda. We owe it to our kids and grandkids.
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    #Trump2016

    • Angela says:

      When are these liberal celebs going to realize that they need to stay in their lane and not try and muddle the political process.
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      You DO realize Trump’s a celebrity, too, right? As was Reagan, as was Fred Thompson, as was Schwartzenegger, to name a few other conservative examples. If you have a problem with liberal celebrities getting involved in politics, surely you should have just as equal a problem with conservative celebrities getting involved, to the point where they’re actually running FOR (and in the case of Reagan and Schwartzenegger, obtaining) political office, correct?
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      Or is this one of those “double standards” sort of deals?
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      We will have the last laugh tho on Election night. When the returns come in and Mr. Trump wins the Presidency, that’s going to be the wake up call these left leaning miserables need.
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      Yeah, because Trump’s campaign has been going SO swimmingly of late, right? Kinda hard to mount a decent campaign and shot at the White House when even a good portion of your own party refuses to stand behind you and is jumping ship.
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      Make your presence known- even if by force.
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      Ooh, voter intimidation! That’s totally not illegal and dangerous at all!

      • Haz says:

        I hate to point out that majority of Trump supporters are not worried about people such as John McCain supporting him. It actually pleases his supporters because it shows that both sides are shady and probably corrupt. Trump isn’t trying to be the next pope. Honestly people are sick of these career politicians such as the Bushes and the Clintons trying to spare people’s feelings publicly and bash them privately. People are forgetting most of Trumps donors are everyday people while most of Hillarys is Wall Street and celebrities. People who make $50,000 a year are getting sick and tired of people who make that for 5-6 days of work on a TV show or millions for a couple of months on a film set telling them who to vote for.

        Yes Trump is a billionaire but at least he is doing rallies trying to talk to the people. All Hillary is doing is holding high dollar-big donor fundraisers and saying screw the everyday working citizens, that explains why Trump is where he is at and not Ted Cruz or Jeb Bush. Honestly I don’t think Hillary would be the nominee if she hadn’t screwed over Sanders.

        I’m voting for Trump because after Bush and Obama we need a change.

        • Angela says:

          They should be. Because if their party splits apart like that, and they can’t get it together anytime soon, that’s going to hurt the Republicans in the long run. I’ll grant you that I doubt a lot of the Republicans’ reasons for distancing themselves are sincere-they’re mainly trying to save their own skins for future elections-but I think some of them do actually care about principals and standing up for their party, too. All Trump is doing is highlighting the worst elements of the Republican Party, elements that the party desperately needs to move away from.
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          Heck, I read a story recently about students at Liberty University, aka, one of the most conservative universities in the nation, a cornerstone of the religious right, sending around a petition stating they did not support Trump and what he stood for. Again, this is the religious right calling him out, one of the Republican Party’s most loyal and devoted bases for years. And they’re students, not “corrupt and shady” politicians. Explain that one.
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          People who make $50,000 a year are getting sick and tired of people who make that for 5-6 days of work on a TV show or millions for a couple of months on a film set telling them who to vote for.
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          And yet they’re wiling to listen to a billionaire running for president and let him tell them what to do, simply because “he’s not a career politician”? How on earth is he any different from the corrupt and shady politicians they claim they’re tired of? Do they think those bankruptcies his businesses have experienced, or the fraud in his university, were just “oopsies” and that he truly somehow cares about the average working class voter? If Clinton had claimed she didn’t pay federal tax for eighteen years, the right would jump all over her for it and use it as another example of her getting around the system. But when Trump does it, “he’s smart”! No. That’s BS.
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          Yes Trump is a billionaire but at least he is doing rallies trying to talk to the people. All Hillary is doing is holding high dollar-big donor fundraisers and saying screw the everyday working citizens
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          Er, Hilary has had rallies where everyday people have shown up. Trump’s not “talking to the people”, he’s patronizing them and trying to rile up a call to arms and taking them for a ride. And they’re falling for it.
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          I’m voting for Trump because after Bush and Obama we need a change.
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          He is not the sort of change you or anyone else should be looking for. He’s unstable and has absolutely NO understanding of how to run a country, or how to make policy. All Trump cares about is himself, all he’ll do is benefit himself. Change is all well and good, but you still need somebody who has some clue of what the hell they’re doing. And that somebody is not Trump. Not by a long shot.

          • Theresa Steward says:

            Trump cares for himself? Where did you get that strange idea? MSM? If that was true why is he even bothering with this hassle? So obviously that is not true. People do not realize this is not about the Presidency. It is about the Supreme Court and who will be nominated to fill possibly 7 vacancies in this coming term. Would you want it to be someone who will force Shariah on you? The Supreme Court could make those types of rulings. You do understand the Mullah’s and rulers in those rich muslim nations will want payback for supporting Hillary?

          • Angela says:

            @Theresa:
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            Trump cares for himself? Where did you get that strange idea? MSM?
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            No, from Trump’s own behavior. He’s incredibly narcissistic and turns every conversation to himself and boasts about his wealth. He dismisses women once they don’t fit his level of attractiveness. He thinks because he’s rich he can do whatever he wants. He’s incredibly thin-skinned, to the point where he has to go on early morning Twitter rants, when anyone dares try to challenge him or call him out on his BS.
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            At some point, conservatives are going to need to find something other than the “liberal mainstream media” to blame when things don’t go their way or line up with their view of the world.
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            If that was true why is he even bothering with this hassle?
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            Because he’s an egomaniac who craves attention and exposure? Seriously, are you new to this guy, or what?
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            People do not realize this is not about the Presidency. It is about the Supreme Court and who will be nominated to fill possibly 7 vacancies in this coming term. Would you want it to be someone who will force Shariah on you? The Supreme Court could make those types of rulings. You do understand the Mullah’s and rulers in those rich muslim nations will want payback for supporting Hillary?
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            You’re right that filling a Supreme Court vacancy will be a big part of our next president’s agenda, but you are so, so, SO very wrong on everything else. Your comments about “forcing Shariah law” on us make absolutely no sense and have no basis in fact. And I don’t even know where on earth you’re coming up with this talk of Mullahs and rich Muslim countries wanting payback, but it sounds pretty paranoid and full of nonsense to me.

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          • dman6015 says:

            You’re a lunatic, Theresa Steward. I pity you and all the people who think like you. We will NEVER have Sharia Law in the U.S., any more than we will have Biblical Law (no difference between the two).

            Yes, Supreme Court nominees will be a major issue in the next 4-8 years. However, why is it the right’s presumption that the only people capable of filling those positions are ultra-conservative? That’s a pretty egotistical way to look at the world, Theresa.

            If you don’t believe Trump is one of the most self-centered, egotistical buffoons this country has ever produced, then I refer you back to my first sentence.

        • Dave says:

          Right on! #Trump2016

        • grazelled says:

          “I’m voting for Trump because after Bush and Obama we need a change.”

          Just remember what happened to California after we wanted CHANGE. We recalled Gov. Gray Davis, a good move, then and wasted it on voting in Schwartzenegger…who strangely is going to replace Trump on The Apprentice.

          I don’t like either candidate, but just be careful what you wish for with these larger than life type characters, they promise a lot but generally fail to deliver due to their savior complexes or egos getting in the way. I cannot believe HR might be the more balanced of the two choices. What an election!

        • Mary says:

          Have you ever heard the expression knowledge is power. Trump is incompetent in foreign affairs and quite frankly the Constitution of the US. It is obvious that many of his supporters are also. If you truly want change stop voting the same people into Congress and Senate, that is the only way you are truly going to see change. You are tired of people earning more than you, that is your failure not theirs. But if you feel that way why would you want Trump as President. His tax policy only benefits the top 1% and the middle class will end up paying more. You don’t have to believe me check with a college professor on economics. Trump has screwed the middle class workers in his own business so why do you think he is standing up for you. I don’t know if it is your anger or lack of knowledge but your statement is what most call double talk. If you need brain surgery who would you go to, an experience specialist or a new intern? You statement proves you don’t comprehend because the President is only in office for 4 or maybe 8 years. The career politicians are the ones in Congress and Senate who many of you refuse to vote out. Education is a wonderful thing.

    • Tom says:

      It’s not “the media rigging the system,” it’s individuals speaking their minds – the same way you and I are right now.

    • shellyleit says:

      Trump is a reality TV star, not an actual politician. Like Josh Charles he just plays someone serious on TV.

    • OMG, you’re delusional. Trump doesn’t have a chance. The majority of Americans are smart enough not to vote for this Bozo. Your quote, “Make your presence known-even if by force” just reinforces how dangerous this guy is and his supporters.

  2. niloofar says:

    the are overdoing it a bit, every big name with these ads.

  3. SJ says:

    Another Hollywood libtard… He just lost me as a fan.

    #Trump2016

  4. J k says:

    I hope this site is at least being paid by the DNC to run all these ads disguised as stories. I am at the point where I rarely come here anymore, and I love television and used to love this site.

  5. Theresa Steward says:

    So the most corrupt professions, Entertainment and Lawyers are coming together to prop up the Most Criminal individual we ever had! The Democrat nominee stole the primary, had people killed, accepted bribes, Committed Fraud, Wants Open borders, and is a Shill for George Soros!

    • Mary says:

      Wow easy to see why Trump has a lot of sheep. Easy to get them to mimic everything he says without any proof whatsoever, and when the proof is pointed out that HE lied they refuse to see it. Vote for the clueless man behind the curtain because I can see you relate to him on the same low level.

    • JScout says:

      Proof, Theresa. You need proof for all those things. And there is none. Stop getting your info from alt-right media. They are white supremacists. Shame.

  6. shellyleit says:

    Wonderful. We have to make sure this election isn’t stolen by Trump and his cult followers!

  7. Stu says:

    I live in Canada. We beg you not to vote for Trump. Putting aside the fact he’s a racist, sexist, megalomaniac with a Twitter account he has yet to outline a clear political agenda with an actual workable plan – he is selling snake oil wrapped in the American flag.

    You don’t have to vote for Hillary but do not think change will necessary be good with Trump in the oval office, especially considering the ideologies of his running mate. There is a reason his own party is divided in support – he is not your answer.

    • LaDonna says:

      ^^This! So much! As an American, I can only imagine what the rest of the world is thinking as we live through this insanity. Stu, you confirm my suspicions. Thanks!