Um, can you say #squadgoals?

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton tweeted a photo of herself on the set of Comedy Central's Broad City, created by Wayne's own Abbi Jacobson and her best bud Ilana Glazer. Clinton posed with the Broad broads as well as exec producer Amy Poehler, who is about to star in Sisters, in theaters Dec. 18, along with hometown girl Tina Fey. Of course, Poehler used to play Clinton on Saturday Night Live.

David Itzkoff of the New York Times confirmed that Clinton will make an appearance on season three of the absurdly brilliant comedy:

The third season of Broad City bows Feb. 10 at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central.

Jacobson is branching out of her Broad City roots a bit. Earlier this month, it was announced that she would star in Human People alongside Michael Cera and Tavi Gevinson. She'll also be seen in Neighbors II: Sorority Rising, the sequel to the Seth Rogen-Zac Effron comedy.

Variety brings up a good point, about Clinton's appearance:

It is worth noting that there is some murkiness as to whether cable outlets are bound by equal time rules. In the past, cable networks have assumed they are not; USA ran reruns of “Law & Order” as Fred Thompson was running for president, for example. But if things change, might Donald Trump pay a visit to Abbi and Ilana?

Even without equal time rules, Bernie Sanders has to respond, right? Perhaps a cameo on Portlandia?