Griffin was live-tweeting during the Democratic debate and she wasn't holding back then either. However, she concluded her live-tweeting session with one last diss directed at President Trump. A fan had commented on a picture of Trump inappropriately touching his daughter Ivanka Trump on one of her other tweets regarding Ivanka.
Griffin took that video and tweeted it along with the caption, "Ok, ok. No more teasing any of the democratic nominees tonight. For now we’re stuck with this president and this first lady 🤮."
Kathy Griffin was just as vocal when the House of Representatives passed the impeachment vote. "My beloved @SpeakerPelosi, please allow me to politely disagree with you on one point. Yes, The impeachment process should be a solemn and serious constitutional act, but for some of us it’s... #MerryImpeachmas," Griffin wrote
Griffin also included Trump during her live-tweeting of the Democratic debate.
"If Trump refuses to debate, our Democratic nominee should just stand on stage and read his psychotic six-page letter he sent to Speaker Pelosi," Griffin joked.
She followed that tweet up with another hypothetical. "If Trump is threatening to not show up at a debate, does that mean Pence would not show up at the vice presidential debate just because it’s Piss Night at the Slammer in West Hollywood?#DemDebate #DemocraticDebate," she tweeted.
Griffin even used the impeachment to promote her standup movie 'Kathy Griffin: A Hell Of A Story.'
"Hey #Trump, I know you’re super busy getting #Impeached, but I think you’ll love this multi-award winning feature film. OK, some of it is about how I prevailed over you. People really seem to like that angle. They laugh & get all inspired & stuff. You might learn something," she tweeted.
The movie focuses on how Griffin almost lost her career after doing a photo shoot of her holding a bloody, decapitated Donald Trump head.
Despite what it cost her, PopCulture reported that she did not regret doing the photoshoot.
"No, because I've learned so much," she answered. "I think a lot of people would love it if I said, 'Oh, I wish I had never taken that picture. I wish I had never cursed. I wish I had never made this comment or that comment.' 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."