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Sarah Silverman reflects on her comedy and a need for common ground in America
For nearly three decades, Sarah Silverman has been pushing the boundaries of humor with her signature brand of smart, rule-breaking comedy. But we see a different side of the comedian in her Emmy-nominated Hulu series, “I Love You, America,” where Silverman sets out to help bridge the American divide. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Willie Geist talks to Silverman, who says she wanted to do a show where she could “connect with un-like-minded people” in order to find common ground throughout the country.
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