Nicolle Wallace just taunted Hannity to call her cell phone live on air for the best reason (WATCH)

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“Nasty” women are still fighting back hard against hatred and bigotry on the right, and MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace just brilliantly chimed in on the burgeoning feud between Stephanie “Stormy Daniels” Clifford’s attorney Michael Avenatti and Fox News loud mouth Sean Hannity.

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Wallace hosted Avenatti on her daily talk show today, and asked him about a recent challenge he leveled to the screeching shock jock.

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“Why hasn’t Sean Hannity taken you up on the offer to appear and hash these things out?” Wallace inquired of the now-famous attorney. After he delivering a very restrained response, Wallace doubled down on Avanetti’s offer.

“My phone is right here,” Wallace taunted, brandishing her cell phone for the camera. “We know you watch, text us if you’re in.”

Wallace is referring the challenge Avenatti tweeted to Hannity yesterday.

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“We don’t agree on everything, but we are both street fighters @seanhannity,” the lawyer begins. “Let’s set a booking so I can come on the show to talk about the case and the issues in the case. No BS. Just a straight up discussion by two men,” he added, before thanking Hannity for his consideration.

Hannity’s public persona has eroded at a rapid pace since he was implicated in the FBI raid on Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen’s affairs when it became public knowledge that he, too, was a client of Cohen’s. Hannity has spent the last few weeks on his Fox program reporting on ANYTHING but his or the president’s scandals, and one of his easiest targets is the woman that Fox will only refer to by her profession.

Wallace’s addition to this burgeoning rivalry is certain to grab Hannity’s attention if Avenatti’s tweet alone didn’t.

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Salvatore is a producer, political writer, comedian and LGBTQ activist (in no particular order). He resides in Los Angeles with his two cats and encyclopedic knowledge of Britney's discography.

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