Popular politician and diplomat appears in 'Murphy Brown' revival premiere

Hillary Clinton made a surprise cameo during the long-awaited premiere of the "Murphy Brown" revival as the main character's secretary.

The politician's appearance was made during Thursday's episode and she had the chance to interact with several of the original stars of the show, as well as some brand new ones.

Fans of the series were able to get a sneak peek of the episode on "Murphy Brown"'s official Instagram page where the former First Lady of the  U.S. can be seen talking to the famous journalist.

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The new season, which is actually the show's 11th, counts with several familiar faces, such as Grant Shaud, Pat Corley, Faith Ford, Joe Regalbuto and Charles Kimbrough.

A FAMOUS TRADITION

As always, Murphy's secretaries will be played by guest stars, and Clinton had the honor of being chosen to be the first one in almost twenty years, which was the time the show was off the air.

Curiously, Clinton played herself as a woman in need of a job and didn't have any problems incorporating some self-referential jokes when it came to her work experience, including emails.

That was a clear reference to the high-profile email scandal that Clinton was involved in during the 2016 presidential elections, and proof that the former presidential candidate is not afraid of laughing at herself.

A JAB AT DONALD TRUMP

Ultimately, Brown considered Clinton to be 'over-qualified' for the secretary job, but kept her contact information nonetheless, with her email being 'hillary@youcouldahadme.'

Aside from her "Murphy Brown" cameo, Clinton is scheduled to make an appearence as Elizabeth McCord's advisor on CBS' "Madam Secretary" by the end of the year.

Originally, Clinton hinted that she would be playing the role of a provocative spy but that turned out to be a joke played by the 70-year-old in order to create some interest.

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