Eric McCormack, the star of "Will & Grace," returns to his comments after he and his co-star Debra Messing have been widely criticized after claiming Trump donors in Hollywood.
Last week, McCormack responded to a report on an upcoming fundraiser in Beverly Hills in honor of President Trump's re-election campaign with a request for a follow-up of all participants.
"Hey, @THR, please tell everyone who's attending this event," he wrote, so the rest of us can be clear who we do not want to work with. McCormack, however, tried to clarify his position on Tuesday and told his followers on Instagram that he did not support "blacklists."
"I want to make it clear that my social media post by misinterpreted last week in a very disturbing way, "McCormack began," I absolutely support no blacklists or discrimination of any kind, as anyone who knows me would testify. I just want to understand where Trump's main donations come from, which is publicly known. "
I blame myself for being educated and informed that I can comply morally and ethically, and for that transparency is essential."
Messing agreed with the feeling and added, "I could not have said better. [1
"In this country, people can choose who they want – that's one of the "You do not have to like it, but we do not pick people up because we do not like who they vote for – we do not follow them that way. We can talk about topics and things, but we do not print lists.
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She challenged Messing and McCormack to rethink their tweets and "remember what the blacklist actually meant to humans , and encourage nobody – nobody to do this. " Things and lost her "right to work".