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"That was so bizarre," the Emmy-winning “Veep” and “Seinfeld” actress told Kimmel on Wednesday. "I guess she's going to pick me as her running mate? Is that what that means?"


Kimmel asked Louis-Dreyfus what the moment said about the sitcom’s cultural impact. "Well, it's bizarre, it's kind of like worlds colliding and then some, right?" she responded.

“For politicians, including my fellow candidates, who themselves have taken tens of thousands — and in some cases, hundreds of thousands — of dollars from these same corporate donors to think that they now have the moral authority to say we’re going to take them on, I don’t think the Democratic Party should be surprised that so many Americans believe yada, yada, yada,” Williamson said Tuesday to applause from the audience.

"Watching the debate tonight, it gave me a lot of anxiety, I kind of had to turn away,” Louis-Dreyfus told Kimmel, adding that her seven seasons on HBO’s “Veep” had given her an understanding of the “true anxiety that a lot of these people feel.”

Williamson’s comment also caught the notice of Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel, who tweeted, “After just one hour, Dems want to: Decriminalize illegal immigration, Eliminate all private plans, Raise taxes on the middle class. ‘Yada yada yada’ is right!”