"Will & Grace" stars Eric McCormack and Debra Messing knew exactly what they were doing when, according to Michael Loftus, they tweeted a call for a list of attendees at a planned Beverly Hills Trump fundraiser. The duo's conviction was crucial for When they retire, Loftus suggested Wednesday for The Five.
"Thank God for Whoopi Goldberg – I totally agree with what she said," Loftus said. "Eric McCormack was by no means misquoted, he said exactly what he thought: 'Give me a list of people going so I know who I do not want to work with. & Debra Brass was right there to support him. "
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Late last week, Messing asked via Twitter for a printed list of those involved in a high-dollar fundraiser in the Southern California city, McCormack repeated the request, adding that it would help him to know who we were not
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On Wednesday, McCormack issued a statement alleging that his original utterances were "misinterpreted in a most disquieting way."
"I absolutely do not do that" I support blacklists or discrimination of any kind, like everyone else who knows me, would testify, "said the Toronto-born actor. "I just want to understand where Trump's big donations come from, which is publicly known."
"It's my own responsibility to be educated and informed that I can stand and act morally and ethically. Transparency is essential."
Messing later tweeted on McCormack's social media post and agreed.
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On "The Five," Loftus wondered why Hollywood has so much anti-Trump and anti-Republican sentiment.
"Hollywood should be filled with libertarians, it's the most capitalist," follow the American dream "[place]," he said.
He referred to actor Jim Carrey, who portrayed Trump's opposite with cruel artwork depicting officials such as the former White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders.
Adding the Canadian-born actor started as a tragic comic, who eventually came to Hollywood and starred in blockbusters like "Dumb & Dumber" with Jeff Daniels.
"That these people are turning their backs on the American dream is sad, but it is the reality."  In the future, according to Loftus, anti-Trump celebrities could orient themselves to McCormack and Messing and keep their political statements "more secret".