Former "Home Improvement" star Zachery Ty Bryan said he's disappointed to see Hollywood liberals like Seth Rogen disrespecting and shutting down dialogue with conservatives.

On "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Friday, Rogen said he refused to take a photo with House Speaker Paul Ryan because he "hates" what Ryan is doing to the country.

Bryan said it's one thing to disagree with a lawmaker's policies, but it's another to completely draw a line in the sand and shut down any possible conversation.

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"He had this opportunity to have some dialogue with Paul Ryan, maybe express his disagreements, maybe influence him on some level and maybe they could have worked together to help the problems that he has," Bryan said on "Fox & Friends." "I don't know if there's any progress being made there."

He said all this does is alienate half the country -- and a huge portion of Rogen's audience.

As for vulgar, hateful attacks on President Trump from celebrities like Samantha Bee, Robert De Niro and Kathy Griffin, Bryan said it's a sign that the left is losing.

"They have no message," Bryan said. "If your message is, 'Hate Trump,' you're really not getting very far with your agenda and what you're trying to accomplish."

Watch the "Fox & Friends" segment above.

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