'Veep' star: Show tries to be 'ambiguous'

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"Veep" star Julia Louis-Dreyfus appeared in D.C. Thursday at the Washington premiere of the second season of her HBO show and said that the hit show avoids taking partisan positions.

"We try not to identify ourselves or align ourselves with a truly political point of view, we try to make it as ambiguous as possible" Louis-Dreyfus said when asked by reporters what her character would do in light of recent filibuster threats on gun control legislation. 

In the first season of "Veep," Louis-Dreyfus's character, Vice President Selina Meyer, made filibuster reform one of her legislative priorities.   

"This is about political behavior" Louis-Dreyfus added, "we're not on a soapbox, we don't have a" political position as a show.

Season two of "Veep" premiers Sunday, April 14 on HBO.