Grammer has had no problem voicing support for Trump in the past, yet he hasn't been as vocal as, say, Roseanne Barr. But as Louis Chilton points out, Frasier fans tend to be left-leaning. "The question is whether Grammer’s political views will impact the way the reboot is received," says Chilton. "Unlike Barr, Grammer has not made some indefensible racist remark; his transgressions, such as they are, are largely by association. Grammer has spoken out about gay rights in the past, describing himself as a libertarian and distancing himself from the far-right Tea Party over their stance on gay marriage. But voicing support for Trump is, on some inescapable level, a tacit endorsement of the racist, homophobic and misogynistic statements and policies the former president once spewed. The actor described Trump as a 'brat' in 2018, but clarified that he didn’t 'have a lot of problems with what he’s doing' in terms of policy...After everything Grammer’s been through, it seems crass to rush to judgement because he voted the wrong way. But fans will be looking for reassurance. When the Frasier reboot arrives, Grammer will face more media attention than he has received in decades; he will surely be pressed on his political views, and he will have to either double down or walk back his support for the twice-impeached Trump. He will be confronted by the people whom Trump has vilified, who are wary that Grammer’s politics could tarnish the legacy of a TV icon. For the good of the series, here’s hoping he takes a leaf out of Frasier Crane’s book, and starts listening."