Twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will appear on the hit CBS television show “Madam Secretary” in October.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Clinton, Colin Powell, and Madeleine Albright — all three previously served as secretary of state — will appear as themselves in the episode, which will air on Oct. 7.
The three officials filmed their cameos together on July 11.
In the episode, Secretary of State Elizabeth McCord — the character played by actress Tea Leoni — reportedly will ask Albright, Powell, and Clinton for advice on a “delicate matter.”
While liberals and Hollywood elitists are thrilled to have Clinton and other Never-Trumpers appear in a television show, it serves as just another scathing reminder of how desperate they are to oppose President Donald Trump.
While there’s no indication as to what the trio will say or take part in during that specific episode, it is hardly a coincidence that two of them are Democrats and Powell — who served under former President George W. Bush — has spoken negatively about Trump and his policies.
Clinton served under former President Barack Obama and Albright was the secretary state for four years under former President Bill Clinton before he was impeached by the House of Representatives.
We've got some BIG guest stars in store for Season 5! Former Secretaries of State @HillaryClinton, @Madeleine, and Colin Powell will be appearing on the season premiere of #MadamSecretary on Sunday, October 7! pic.twitter.com/C4WrY2EcMk
— Madam Secretary (@MadamSecretary) July 24, 2018
News of Clinton making an appearance in a television show comes after she attacked Trump while speaking at OzyFest in New York last weekend.
During her live discussion, Clinton criticized Trump for his immigration policies as well as his summit in Finland two weeks ago with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
She said the United States has had decades of “absorbing immigrants” and “opening the doors,” saying Trump clamping down on immigration and wanting to secure the border isn’t to the nation’s advantage.
Clinton went on to insult Americans, saying anyone who doesn’t believe Trump’s policies have “hurt America,” she continued, “they’re not walking around with their eyes open.”
“The great mystery is why this president has not spoken up for our country, and we saw this most clearly in this recent meeting with Putin. We still do not know what happened in the room when the two met.”
“So this idea that somehow we are not sure where our own president stands is deeply disturbing. And the best way to deal with that is to vote in November.”
While Clinton was spewing liberal talking points, she didn’t offer a single solution or idea to fix the problems she claims are dire. In fact, she had an entire agenda and platform for America — but it was soundly rejected by voters in the 2016 presidential election.
Beyond that, Clinton has gone from being secretary of state, to losing badly to Trump is the election, to wearing a “muumuu” in public when trying to attack Trump, who is in the White House.
And now, she is set to appear in a television show, where it would not be a surprise to many if the episode features not-so-subtle jabs at Trump.
Buckle up, Clinton may make more appearances on television to remain relevant.