The Conner Family is still relevant in America

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When the reboot of Roseanne premieres on ABC on Tuesday, it picks up where the show left off in 1997 - with one notable difference.

In the revival, Barr made her character a Donald Trump supporter, using her own real-life family's reaction to her supporting the president as an example.

One thing Barr did bring back to Roseanne is just how relatable the Conner family is to American families.

Roseanne is back, and so is Roseanne Barr. "I'm shocked because I know you are a very socially liberal person in general", said Kimmel.

The cast also shed light on the political side of the show Barr has previously mentioned that will reflect "real working class people".

"No matter who we voted for, we don't want to see our president fail", she said.

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"The first episode deals with a divide in the family over politics, but we don't really deal with politics after the first episode", said Gilbert.

When asked if she watched Sunday's 60 Minutes interview with Stormy Daniels, who has alleged she had an affair with Trump in 2006, she was dismissive.

"I think you accused her of being a murderer on Twitter", he said, with the actress responding, "I did not!"

Barr responded: "I'm still the same".

In honor of the series' reboot (premiering tomorrow, March 27, on ABC), find out for yourself...