<!– mobile.png, email@example.com (retina size) from dialog –><!– tablet.png, firstname.lastname@example.org (retina size) from dialog –><!– place biggest non-retina size here –> Debra Messing asserted she canceled her New York Times subscription. - â€œWill & Graceâ€� star Debra Messing tweeted Monday in that she canceled her subscription to The- New York Times following its profile piece on Tony Hovater, a guy who helped begin the Traditionalist Workers Party, a right-wing group.The feature, which ran Saturday on The- New York Timesâ€™ website, has garnered a number of negative responses, in addition to one from Messing. Messing tweeted a response Saturday from a social media user who asserted the article and the paperâ€™s â€œdecades-long obsession with right-wing puff piecesâ€� was the reason why Trump was president.ANTI-TRUMP MSNBC HOST JOY REID THINKS RURAL AMERICANS ARE â€˜CORE THREATâ€™ TO DEMOCRACYMessing tweeted in that was why she canceled her subscription.On Monday, the actress tweeted in response to a social media user in that stated: â€œReminder: Hillary voters never once got an article as empathetic and soft lens as in that Nazi profile.â€�JULIO OSCAR MECHOSO, CHARACTER ACTOR KNOWN FOR â€˜SEINFELD,â€™ â€˜MIAMI VICEâ€™ ROLES DEAD AT 62Messing tweeted: â€œAbsolutely true, and despicable. That is why I canceled my subscription to The- New York Times. More empathy for a NAZI than for a lifetime civil servant running for President. Too egregious. Not The- New York Times of yore.â€�The New York Times has responded to feedback it has received regarding the profile piece. On top of the article, an editorâ€™s note stated the profile piece has drawn â€œsignificant feedback, most of it sharply critical.â€� It included responses from the media outletâ€™s national editor and the reporter. The- New York Times apologized for offending anyone yet stood by the article.
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