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"Will & Grace" returned to NBC Thursday night after an 11-year hiatus, and the show pulled no punches in going after President Donald Trump.

The premiere episode included multiple jokes at the first couple's expense, including calling First Lady Melania Trump a "rich hostage" and comparing the president's skin to the color of Cheetos.

The also show included a joke about Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, referring to her as a male:

The episode closed with a shot of a red baseball cap in the Oval Office that resembles Trump's iconic "Make America Great Again" hat, with a slightly different slogan:

On "Outnumbered," Rep. Sean Duffy (R-Wis.) said it's important for conservatives to get involved in the arts and Hollywood productions, because the space is currently dominated by a liberal, progressive ideology.

"We tune in for all these shows if they're funny and they are appealing to us, but this kind of bashing of our president? It offends half of America," he said.

Sandra Smith said it seems like the "Will & Grace" actors and writers have an anti-Trump "obsession."

"It wasn't humorous, it wasn't comical," she said.

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