Friday, 20 April, 2018

He and his family are personally trying to ruin my life forever

Stacy Diaz | 06 June, 2017, 04:51

Embattled celebrity Kathy Griffin, who apologized for a video that depicted her holding a likeness of President Trump's severed, bloody head, broke down in tears on Friday and said of Mr. Trump: "He broke me".

Although Griffin tearfully apologized again during her press conference, she said that she will continue to use Trump as fodder for her comedic material.

She then insisted she wasn't going to stop making fun of Trump, adding, "He does provide a lot of material". CNN also announced that she would no longer appear as a part of its New Year's Eve broadcast with co-host Anderson Cooper.

She said: "I'm not laying down for this guy". It's in your face. "I've had everybody turn on me and I just wanna make people laugh". I am sorry. I went too far.

The comic has received death threats, despite apologising for her actions.

Bloom said the Trump image was a response to then-candidate Trump's campaign comment that former Fox news anchor Megyn Kelly had "blood coming out of her eyes", and that it wasn't a threat of violence against Trump, whom they called "the most woman-hating tyrannical president" in US history.

Her attorney Bloom claims the President's family is trying to "ruin" her client.

Griffin said the shoot was inspired by comments Trump made about television journalist Megyn Kelly in 2015. "Criticize the president, lose your job".

The Tyler Shields photo shoot that featured the D-list celeb in a pussy-bow blouse and raising a bloodied imitation severed head of Trump crossed every conceivable line.

"This Kathy Griffin press conference was an utter dumpster fire", Malkin said.

Trump later tweeted that Griffin "should be ashamed of herself" for posting the images.

"Cut the crap, this wouldn't be happening to a guy - this is a woman thing", she said.

"Kathy never imagined it could be misinterpreted as a threat of violence against Trump".

In a tweet, Trump called the photo "sick" and in a separate post, the first lady stressed that the video had negatively affected their 11-year-old son, Barron.