On the former president’s post recognizing Juneteenth, the comedian replied asking him to “Please come back.” For those needing clarification, she added, “To the Oval [Office].” She went on to take another swipe at Trump by writing, “Just walk in and start. It’ll take that crowd at least a month to notice.”
Please come back. To the Oval. Just walk in and start. It’ll take that crowd at least a month to notice.
— Kathy Griffin (@kathygriffin) June 19, 2019
Her comment received a lot of likes, retweets and comments, though there was debate over whether or not the Trump administration would notice.
I agree the turnover rate is so high they will just think he is a new guy!!
— Misha King (@lilmishi) June 19, 2019
There's no way that group fails to notice a black man walking in.
— Roger The Shrubber (@rogrtheshrubber) June 19, 2019
No, these folks all notice a POC immediately. They call 911 whenever Ben Carson wanders into the White House.
— Paul Mayo (@PGDubRox) June 19, 2019
A month?!! How about a few days. They'll know somethings up with his tweet that's
A) not about himself B) degrading/bullying someone C) spelling is correct
— Sam I Am (@donnainthemix) June 19, 2019
What crowd? The WH is as empty as Trump Int’l HQ
— Is it over yet? (@exhausted949) June 19, 2019
There is obviously no love lost between Griffin and Trump. It’s been just over two years since photos of her holding a fake bloody, decapitated Trump head caused a huge stir — including a federal investigation — and she’s said that the resulting backlash against her continues.
"I'm Hanoi Jane, you know? I get it. This photo is gonna be with me forever, no matter what I do," Griffin said on CBS Sunday Morning.
But she wouldn’t change a thing. “I think a lot of people would love it if I said, 'Oh, I wish I had never taken that picture,'" she said. "But the most important thing that I hope people see is that, long after I kick the bucket, they see the crazy red-haired lady didn't go down."
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