"It's not the platform for us to be asking him questions. That would be a space for someone else," Messing told TooFab at PaleyFest L.A. on Saturday night. "But we certainly are having fun being provocative the way 'Will & Grace' always has been with what's happening today in politics. If you go back years ago when we had lots of comments about [Barack] Obama when he was the president -- I mean, this is just what we do."
Even Megan Mullally, who plays the super-conservative Karen Walker, says she doesn't think Trump's presence on set "would be a good idea."
When asked about the hardest part about playing a conservative on TV when she's a liberal in real life, Mullally sarcastically told TooFab, "You know how many incredibly admirable qualities Karen has -- this is just another."