WATCH: Roseanne Barr Tells Jimmy Kimmel to “Zip That F***ing Lip,” When it Comes to Bashing Trump

During an interview on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday evening, actress Roseanne Barr told the host, who is known for bashing President Donald Trump, to “zip that f***ing lip.”

Kimmel brought up Barr’s feud with Hillary Clinton and her disapproval of Clinton’s foreign policy, to which Kimmel said, “Listen, never mind her foreign policy, how about captain wacko we got running the country here? I mean, some foreign policy.”

“I’m shocked because I know you are a very socially liberal person in general,” Kimmel said to Barr.

Barr has been an open support of President Trump.

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“I’m still the same, you all moved,” Barr responded, “you all moved so f–ing far out you lost everybody.”

“A lot of your audience and including me, I just want to say this, Jimmy,” she continued, “a lot of us, you know, no matter who we voted for, we don’t want to see our president fail. Because we don’t want Pence.”

Kimmel then agreed with her that he didn’t want Pence to become president, so Barr told him to “zip that f***ing lip.”

Via Breitbart: The ABC Roseanne revival — the original show, which quickly became a working-class cult classic comedy series in its nine-season run between 1988 to 1997 — brings back much of the original cast members, who are deeply divided over politics but are united by their love for each other.

“Here’s my two cents, damn it,” Barr said. “It’s up to us to make this government work, no matter who’s president. It’s up to us to do our job as citizens and if we don’t like something, let ’em know you don’t like it, and then you’ve got another election in two years. Get out there and vote. Change it if you don’t like it.”

After a 20-year hiatus, the first of nine episodes of Roseanne airs on ABC on March 27.

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