A week after announcing her candidacy for the presidency, Hillary Clinton is still focused on “what she does” on the campaign trail.
And while the former first lady has continued to make appearances in the “West Wing” spinoff, her role in the show’s third season has not been without controversy.
The show, which began its fourth season in January, will be airing a special episode titled “Halle Berry: The Wedding of a Lifetime” on Thursday, the same day the first lady makes a surprise visit to an Iowa church.
The episode will feature a “very personal, heartfelt” moment with actress Halle Berry, the “Hamilton” actress who plays the wife of the president, who is portrayed by a cast member who has been a long-time supporter of the Clintons.
“I was so surprised that she came,” former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook told reporters in Iowa.
“It was an unexpected visit that she was invited to come to the White House, and it was very, very, emotional for me.”
While the episode will have a major impact on the presidential race, the real drama will be the scene with the president and former first ladies at a church in Iowa on a day that the first couple celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary.
The church was hosting a ceremony honoring a woman who died in the bombing of the World Trade Center, and Berry, a longtime supporter of Clinton, has been part of the crowd at the ceremony.
Berry has not always been so supportive of Clinton’s stance on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Berry was at a rally in April of this year, which was attended by then-presidential candidate Donald Trump.
“The first thing he said to me was, ‘Halle, I just heard you were on the radio, and I’m sorry if you didn’t hear this,'” Berry told ABC News’ “Good Morning America” on April 1, 2016.
“And I said, ‘Well, I’m a very good listener.’
He went on and on about how I’m supporting Hillary Clinton.”
The couple also met during the 2008 campaign, and the pair later attended a “Women For Hillary” rally in Iowa that year.
“When I see her there and she’s so emotional, I don’t think I can say she’s not supportive,” Mook said.
“Hanging out with her at the same time as she’s campaigning with Donald Trump, it just makes me sad.”
Mook also noted that “her emotional involvement in the campaign has been tremendous.”
“I’ve met with her every day since January, and we’ve had a great conversation, which I think is going to have an impact on what happens next in the presidential campaign,” he added.
The Clintons will be hosting a wedding celebration at a Baptist church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Saturday, the first day of the state’s Democratic primary.