'Will & Grace' Cast Tackles Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Brangelina for Election-Themed Reunion

The cast of The West Wing isn't the only one reuniting in the name of the 2016 presidential election.

The stars of Will & Grace — Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes — appeared together in character for the first time in a decade in a video released Monday hours ahead of the first presidential debate.

In the extended scene, lifelong BFFs Will and Grace task themselves with convincing Karen and Jack not to vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. The duo chide Karen for supporting Trump despite the fact that one of Karen's employees, her beloved maid (and friend) Rosario, is an immigrant, one of the groups Trump has been targeting in his campaign. 

Will and Grace then set their sights on making Jack throw his support behind Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton once they find out he's registered in the swing state of Pennsylvania.

However, it's not all political talk. The foursome also find time to touch on recent important pop culture topics like 50 Shades of Grey, Hamilton, and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's split. 

The reunion itself is no surprise, given that all four actors had posted various photos and videos teasing their collaboration over the past several days. Messing in particular has been an outspoken supporter for Clinton over the past several months.