Debra Messing & Donald Trump Duke It Out On Twitter Over Fundraiser Event

Many are voicing their anger on social media for Donald Trump on Sunday morning after he called out Debra Messing on Twitter.

Instead of posting about the mass shooting which took place Saturday in Odessa, Texas or the impending Hurricane Dorian, Trump first responded to a message from the 51-year-old about an upcoming fundraiser event.

On Friday, the Will & Grace actress quote-tweeted an article from The Hollywood Reporter about a fundraiser in Beverly Hills which the President is set to attend:

On Sunday morning, the 73-year-old responded (below), recalling a time when he first met the actress:

“I have not forgotten that when it was announced that I was going to do The Apprentice, and when it then became a big hit, helping NBC’s failed lineup greatly, @DebraMessing came up to me at an Upfront & profusely thanked me, even calling me “Sir.” How times have changed!”

But it wasn’t long before Messing hit back with a response of her own:

Many users on the social media site quickly called out the President over his choice to throw shade at Miz Messing, and not Saturday’s shooting or Hurricane Dorian:

“….. you’re tweeting about @DebraMessing in the aftermath of a mass shooting and in the face of a hurricane. You, sir, lack both will and grace.”

There is a category 5 hurricane getting ready to slam into the Bahamas and then the east coast of the United States and Trump is on twitter attacking Debra Messing. He is a disgrace to our nation.”

If you’re attacking Debra Messing instead of talking about the mass shooting or the hurricane, then no, you absolutely shouldn’t be president.”

It seems noteworthy that the president was tweeting about Debra Messing and The Apprentice this morning, hours after a mass shooting in West Texas and while a hurricane that’s threatening parts of the south was continuing to strengthen.”

After backlash began to pour in, Trump retweeted multiple old tweets and later sent out messages about the natural disaster and shooting in Texas:

“In addition to Florida – South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, will most likely be hit (much) harder than anticipated. Looking like one of the largest hurricanes ever. Already category 5. BE CAREFUL! GOD BLESS EVERYONE!”

“Pray for the people in the Bahamas. Being hit like never before, Category 5. Almost 200 MPH winds.”

“Great job by Texas Law Enforcement and First Responders in handling the terrible shooting tragedy yesterday. Thank you also to the FBI, @GregAbbott_TXand all others. A very tough and sad situation!”

This doesn’t even come as a huge surprise anymore…

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