Clinton 'Sopranos' Spoof Draws Critics Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton announced her new campaign song with a video that spoofed the last episode of The Sopranos. Both the video, co-starring Bill Clinton, and the song, Celine Dion's "You and I," are generating publicity and controversy.
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Clinton 'Sopranos' Spoof Draws Critics

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Clinton 'Sopranos' Spoof Draws Critics

Clinton 'Sopranos' Spoof Draws Critics

Clinton 'Sopranos' Spoof Draws Critics

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Sen. Hillary Clinton's latest campaign Web video is a parody of The Sopranos series ender. hillaryclinton.com hide caption

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton announced her new campaign song with a video that spoofed the last episode of The Sopranos.

Both the video, co-starring Bill Clinton, and the song, Celine Dion's "You and I," are generating publicity and controversy. Some critics say the video — and the song choice — should have been whacked.