Jesse Waters called the phone number that Will and Grace actress Debra Messing tweeted after she asked for a list of Trump presidential attendees in Beverly Hills.
Waters noted on The Five on Tuesday that Messing had invited the public via Twitter to discuss the firestorm over comments from her and her Will & Grace co-star Eric McCormack.
and says, "We need to get together, let's talk. Really, let's talk," Waters said, reading a tweet – which also lists a Manhattan area code.
"So I'll call the phone number and I'll just try to talk to her and see what she says. Let's call her right now.
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"You cannot say that you want to bring people together and then you want to list people on the blacklist because this is just a family when the ringing was heard on his cellphone.
After a few rings, Messing's voice appeared.
"Hi, this is Debra. Yes, that's right, I am, "began the message.
" I will not listen to this because I will only read your texts, so please send me a text. "
Waters then shut down, saying, 'This is not spoken,' this is fraud, Debra. '
' I have the feeling that she is already blacklisted, I have not seen her since years. "
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On Twitter, co-star McCormack sounded Messing's message, asking the Hollywood reporter to "kindly say to everyone attending the event, so that the rest of us may be aware of who we do not want to work with. "
A list of breeds present on both sides of the aisle, with the Review moderator to the left, upholding Hopey Goldberg, denouncing the idea as potentially dangerous and challenging Holly  "The last time people did this, people eventually killed themselves. That's not a good idea, is it? "Goldberg said, referring to former Senator Joseph McCarthy, Wis., Who led the Cold War efforts to expel communists from Washington, Hollywood and other areas of influence.