Cast Of ‘Will & Grace’ Reunites To Sing HILARIOUS Anti-Donald Trump Song (VIDEO)


Throughout her 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has won support from many prominent celebrities, from comedians like Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman to actors like Bryan Cranston and Samuel L. Jackson. Another group of actors who have said “I’m with her” is the cast of the hit television show, Will & Grace.

The cast showed their support most recently when they headlined a fundraising event for the Democratic presidential nominee last week. During the event, which was held at the home of Michael Lombardo and Sonny Ward, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, Debra Messing, and Sean Hayes teamed up to perform a song letting everyone know which candidate they’re backing.

The song is a parody of a West Side Story number and was written by YouTube sensation Randy Rainbow, who is known for his politically influenced song parodies, including “The Nasty Woman” and “Grab ‘Em By The Pussy.”

The song performed by the Will & Grace cast features humorous lyrics mocking Clinton’s opponent, such as “Donald Trump’s the freaking worst,” “hope he doesn’t sue us for this song!” and “he has tiny, baby, little hands.” Watch it in its entirety below, via Facebook.

Debra Messing posted several tweets about the event and the group’s performance:

The cast of Will & Grace has never been shy about their support for Hillary Clinton. In September, the group filmed a 10-minute episode of their show — the first new episode in a decade — that focused on the 2016 election and the importance of voting. That episode can be seen below, via YouTube:

With just eight days until the election, Hillary Clinton can use all the help she can get, from celebrities and everyone else. She has dipped significantly in the polls in the days following FBI director James Comey’s release of a letter saying new emails had been discovered that might be relevant to the investigation that was conducted earlier this year into her use of a private server.

Clinton now leads Trump by a mere 2.2 percentage points, according to the Real Clear Politics poll average. FiveThirtyEight gives her a better chance than Trump at winning the presidency — 73.8 percent to 26.2 percent — but her chances were even higher a week ago before news of the newest email scandal dropped.

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