Actress Jane Fonda, who co-stars with Lily Tomlin in the Netflix comedy “Grace and Frankie,” has a lightbulb for President Donald Trump’s branding empire.
On their Netflix show, now in its in third season, Fonda and Tomlin’s characters go into business together, launching a vibrator designed specifically for women of a certain age. And the creative juices appear to still be flowing off screen in Fonda’s case.
“I have an idea for a new business model for Trump: Adult diapers,” Fonda told Stephen Colbert during a Monday night appearance with Tomlin on “The Late Show.”
“They could be called Trumpers,” she continued, “to help with all the leaks.” Ba-duh-bum.
Fonda, who’s no stranger to politics (her opposition to the Vietnam War earned her the derisive nickname “Hanoi Jane”), told Colbert that she had been on President Richard Nixon’s enemies list. To which Colbert replied, “What an honor. If we find out I wasn’t on Trump’s enemies list, I will be very insulted.”