After widespread condemnation, comedian Kathy Griffin expelled an reparation on amicable media Tuesday for a print of herself holding a severed conduct in a correspondence of President Trump.
“I desire for your forgiveness,” Griffin says in a 30-second video posted on amicable media. “I went too far.”
That didn’t well-spoken things over with Trump, though, who responded to a attempt on Twitter Wednesday morning, job it “sick!”
Griffin’s “New Year’s Eve Live” co-host Anderson Cooper tweeted that he found a arrangement “disgusting,” and CNN expelled a matter as well, saying: “We found what she did outrageous and offensive. We are gratified to see she has apologized and asked that a photos be taken down. We are evaluating New Year’s Eve and have done no decisions during this point.”
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Update, May 31, 8:10 a.m.: Story combined information about Trump’s greeting Wednesday morning.
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