The "Tiger King" star mocked the ex-president over reports that Mark Meadows has testified before a grand jury.
The disgraced "Tiger King," now serving 21 years for animal abuse and attempted murder, said Meester is lobbying President Joe Biden for clemency.
"God works in amazing ways," the Netflix star said in a statement.
The queer icon looks beyond the "Tiger King" caricature in Peacock's new series, which also stars Kate McKinnon as Carole Baskin.
The Peacock series also stars John Cameron Mitchell and presents the "Tiger King" case of Joe Exotic in "a brand new way." It debuts March 3.
Joe Exotic — whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage — was convicted in a murder-for-hire case involving animal welfare activist Carole Baskin.
Joe Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, was transferred from a federal medical center in Fort Worth, Texas.
Due out Nov. 19, Netflix's followup to the documentary smash will catch up with the former zookeeper and delve further into Carole Baskin's first marriage.
The sequel promises more of eccentric zookeeper and big cat collector Joe Exotic, who is now in prison for murder-for-hire and animal trafficking.
The court ruled that Joe Maldonado-Passage, 58, should only be sentenced to between 17 1/2 and 22 years in prison, not 22-27 years.