Bizarre: Miley Cyrus and Female Writers Thank Hillary – For What? (VIDEO)

Hillary’s never ending book tour took a weird turn on the Jimmy Fallon show this week. Miley Cyrus and female members of Fallon’s staff wrote little thank you notes to Hillary on the air.

The Hill reports:

Miley Cyrus pens in-person thank-you note to Hillary Clinton

An emotional Miley Cyrus teared up as she penned an in-person “thank you” note to Hillary Clinton on “The Tonight Show.”

Jimmy Fallon’s female writing staff read aloud letters to Clinton during a segment on Wednesday’s show, where the former Democratic presidential nominee appeared to promote her new book “What Happened.”

After the writers read a few wisecrack-infused messages to laughs from the crowd — “Thank you, Hillary, for for all the work you’ve done for public health care. Ever since the election, I’ve really depended on my government-subsidized anti-anxiety medication” — fellow “Tonight Show” guest Cyrus took to the stage.

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“Thank you, Hillary, for being a constant beacon of strength, hope, and determination for me and millions of other young women,” the “Malibu” singer said, her voice breaking.

“You’ve been a role model and an inspiration, and a voice of reason in uncertain times,” continued Cyrus, who hit the campaign trail for Clinton during the 2016 race.

Here’s the cringeworthy video:

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