Trump sends unusual tweet of him in ‘Green Acres’ skit before signing Farm Bill

Credit: Chip Somodevilla

Credit: Chip Somodevilla

President Donald Trump sent an unusual tweet of a "Green Acres" parody he performed with Megan Mullally at the 2005 Emmy Awards before he signed the Farm Bill on Thursday.

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It was unclear what it meant or how it was connected to the bill.

It showed Trump, then host of "The Apprentice," in a pair of overalls holding a pitchfork, similar to the intro to the 1960s TV sitcom starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor about a couple who leave the city for life in the country.

Mullally, singing Gabor’s part in the skit, responded to the throwback performance tweet from Trump with a few tweets of her own, including an “omg.”

“If you guys need me, I’ll be in a hole in the ground,” she said.

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