‘Creepy porn lawyer,’ in a hurry to prove Tucker wrong, tweets Fox News booker’s phone number

In his rush to hit back at his tormentor, Fox News host Tucker Carlson, “creepy porn lawyer” Michael Avenatti inadvertently tweeted out a Fox News booker’s telephone number.

Avenatti, who represents porn star Stormy Daniels, was responding to a slam from Carlson on Friday’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“We invited the creepy porn lawyer onto this show,” Carlson explained. “We called his office — or what he said was his office. It may have been a booth at a Wendy’s in Passaic, maybe a White Castle, you never know. In any case, he turned us down flat. Too bad.”

Avenatti responded to the bard by tweeting a screenshot of an email exchange he had with Fox News booker Kelly McNally, according to the Observer. And while he blacked out McNally’s email address, he failed to black out two phone numbers provided.

The email shows that McNally asked Avenatti about his availability, and he replied by declining to go on Carlson’s show — see “turned us down flat” — but said that he would “be happy to” appear on Sean Hannity’s show.

The tweet would be deleted within minutes, with Avenatti posting a follow-up tweet with the contact information redacted.

[email protected] – Stop lying to your viewers. You did not invite me on your show Fri night. It never happened. You invited me on Wed and I responded within 3 minutes (see below). I then never heard back. Again – pls have Sean’s EP reach out to me. And try honesty next time,” he tweeted.

The brouhaha with Carlson began when the Fox News host slammed Avenatti as a “creepy porn lawyer” on Thursday’s program, mocking the attorney “whose eyes are too close together” while blowing up the Democratic Party for gushing over him.

Liberals continue to gush over Avenatti, for no other reason that he’s proven to be a willing conduit being used to attack President Trump.

And while Avenatti did turn Carlson down, he is splitting hairs over exactly when he was invited to appear, hitting the Fox News host for saying “tonight” on Friday when the email was intended for Wednesday’s show.

But then, he has shown an aptitude for confusion:

Social media users were only too happy to weigh in with their take, simplifying matters for the attorney:

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