The “Will & Grace” star revealed her preference in response to a viewer call on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.”
“I think Trump,” Messing, 50, said.
Cohen pointed out that Messing could use the opportunity to go over policy changes with the POTUS “because she’s a very convincing person,” which she agreed was why she chose him over her Hollywood political nemesis.
“I think that if I had a moment alone with him [I could change his mind],” she said.
Messing and Sarandon, 72, have been at one another’s throats since the 2016 presidential election.
In November 2016, Messing accused Sarandon of voting for Trump, which Sarandon denied.