Roseanne Barr’s ‘Kimmel’ appearance devolves into heated political debate

Well, that got awkward — especially for poor John Goodman. The small-screen husband and his TV wife from ABC’s “Roseanne” return joined “Jimmy Kimmel Live” together on Thursday, when of course Roseanne Barr’s support for Donald Trump became the topic.

On the series, which premieres Tuesday night, Roseanne Conner voted for Trump — much like Barr did in real life. This plot point causes great division among her faux family, which is also true for the comedian when the cameras aren’t rolling.

Trying to get to the bottom of her politics, Jimmy Kimmel reminded Barr that she was a “good friend of Hillary Clinton’s at one point.” You know, before she called the Democrat a “murderer” on Twitter.

“I deleted it, f— you!” she said of the tweet, flipping Kimmel the bird.

Barr then attempted to turn the tables on Kimmel, asking the ABC host what he thought of Clinton’s foreign policy.

“Listen. Never mind her foreign policy,” he responded. “How about Captain Whacko we have over here running the country.”

Still, it could be worse than Trump, Barr reminded him.

“You want Pence for the friggin’ President?” Barr asked. “Well then zip that f—ing lip!”

In they end, they agreed to disagree, we guess.

“You’re expressing your views, as crazy as they may be,” Kimmel said.

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