"The Simpsons" teased its newest episode on Facebook Wednesday, which looks at President Trump's first 100 days in office.

The episode, set to air Sunday, appears to include prominent White House figures including adviser Kellyanne Conway, press secretary Sean Spicer and first daughter Ivanka Trump.

The clip of the episode starts off by showing a cartoon Spicer in the White House briefing room dead, hanging from the ceiling with a sign on his body saying "I quit" as an onlooking cartoon Conway says, "I am not replacing him."


The clip also shows advisers Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus strangling one another, an apparent reference to reports of infighting between the two, and Trump tweeting from bed while watching the news.

Later in the clip characters Marge and Homer Simpson are pictured watching a television report on Trump's 100 days in office as Grandpa Simpson is arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in the background.

"The Simpsons" has poked at politics, including Trump during the 2016 campaign, in the past. The show has been relatively quiet since Trump's inauguration, however, with little commentary on his administration.