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Michele Bachmann on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'

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And a couple of looks back at the show:

Fallon didn't throw out any tough policy questions, just some fun and fluff, according to Politico.

Mediaite says she took a little heckling after saying Obama was "finished." She responded with a smile, "be nice!"

And sharp ears at Spin caught on to a little prank. The Roots welcomed her to the stage with a very snarky (to say the least) background tune (note: offensive language).

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