The Emmy-winning classic "Homer's Phobia" was once deemed "unacceptable" for television.
The out icon changes her Twitter avatar to a Bannon-esque picture, fueling rumors about a guest appearance on the sketch show.
Somehow a short trailer has been interpreted as calling for "white genocide" and sparked tweets calling the new Netflix series "racist." The show, based on the movie, drops April 28.
The ABC comedy series took a stand against anti-LGBT discrimination, angering some "religious freedom" proponents.
The hit film will now become a comedy series on Netflix.
The gay reality star reflects on his reasons for participating in Trump's show as well as the upcoming season of RuPaul's Drag Race and Netflix's Queer Eye reboot.
Stewart reminds Donald Trump that she's "so gay, dude" and seduces a suburban mom with some piping hot pizza rolls.