Kathy Griffin Attacks First Lady Melania: She's a ‘Feckless Complicit Piece of S—t’


Sunday morning, Kathy Griffin took to Twitter to attack First Lady Melania Trump for her statement on children getting separated from their families at the border.

Griffin misspelled the First Lady’s name because she thinks it’s funny? Not sure how that helps political discourse, but you can’t expect civility from someone as vulgar as her.

Melania, an immigrant herself, came out against the Trump Administration’s enforcement of separating children from their families at the border along with several other politicos and pundits including Sen. Ben Sasse (R-NE), Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA), and former First Lady Laura Bush.

But that isn’t enough for the controversial "comedian." Apparently, the First Lady is now completely responsible for every vexed policy decision made by her husband. Because Michelle was so heavily criticized for the weak Iran nuclear deal.

Kathy Griffin loves to attack the Trump Administration. Remember the photoshoot with a mannequin of President Trump’s bloody decapitated head that she apologized for then retracted said apology? Or that time she attacked Ivanka for her statement about Kate Spade's passing?

But apparently Griffin doesn’t believe in the philosophy of “empowered women empower women” and isn’t backing down from this statement.

Convenient that Griffin also has a show at Radio City this coming Monday, but I’m sure that this wasn’t a publicity stunt at all.

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