Megan Mullally Responds to Trump's Bizarre 'Green Acres' Tweet

Megan Mullally
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Megan Mullally attends the 35th Annual Paleyfest "Will & Grace" at the Dolby Theatre on March 17, 2018 in Los Angeles. 

In the video posted Thursday (Dec. 20), Trump is shown donning a straw hat, overalls and pitchfork singing the classic sitcom's theme song alongside the comedian. Mullally later expressed embarrassment over the post.

President Donald Trump took a trip down memory lane Thursday (Dec. 20) on Twitter, and it appears that Megan Mullally is not impressed. 

After tweeting that he would be signing the Farm Bill "in 15 minutes," Trump sought to further hype the news by posting a clip of himself and the comic actress singing the Green Acres theme song during a bit for the 2005 Emmy Awards. 

Donning overalls, a straw hat and pitchfork, Trump comically sings along with Mullally as clips of the classic sitcom played on the screen behind them. 

"New York is where I’d rather stay / I get allergic smelling hay / I just adore a penthouse view / Dahling, I love you, but give me Park Avenue," Mullally sang, also altering the "Time Square" lyric to "Trump Tower." 

After the president posted the throwback video, Mullally took to social media to react to the performance, expressing embarrassment as she tweeted, "Omg," followed by, "If you guys need me, I’ll be in a hole in the ground." 

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