Shonda Rhimes to pen Clinton's first State of the Union address
WASHINGTON D.C. -- President Hillary Rodham Clinton is bringing in one of Hollywood's most powerful TV producers, Shonda Rhimes, to draft her first State of the Union address, according to White House sources.
"Ratings will be huge this year," said White House Press Secretary Leslie Jones, rebutting recent criticism in the media for Clinton's "overly informative" and "boring" press conferences.
Jones said Clinton "loves, absolutely loves," Rhimes' hit shows Scandal, How To Get Away With Murder and Grey's Anatomy.
Meanwhile, Rhimes' agent said the legendary TV writer is a huge fan of Clinton's. "Clinton's cabinet is the most diverse in history, and from one boss to another: I respect her casting decisions."