Bill Maher isn't ready to fork over a million dollars for Hillary Clinton's campaign, but would like to give her some advice on how to revive it. During this Friday's New Rules segment on HBO's Real Time, Maher told his audience that as much as he likes Bernie Sanders, he doesn't believe he's going to end up being the Democratic nominee, and expressed his concern over some of Clinton's recent poll numbers.
MAHER: I love Bernie, but we must assume Hillary is going to be the nominee, and after witnessing the gruesome hundred car pile-up that is the Republican field, I for one am not going to stand idly by and let Hillary blow this thing, and yes, the situation is dire.
Her positives are in free fall with only 37 percent of Americans now viewing Hillary favorably, and 57 percent say she's not trustworthy. If an election were held today, she'd lose key battleground states to Scott Walker, a man who looks like a drunk in a silent movie who's just been punched by mistake.
Maher went onto give his list of recommendations for Clinton to revive her campaign. Needless to say, most of them weren't too serious and definitely were not worth a million dollars.