On Monday, embattled comedian Kathy Griffin walked back her apology to President Donald Trump and his family from last year when she held up a decapitated head of Trump in a photo that caused significant uproar across the political spectrum.
Appearing on ABC's "The View," Griffin responded to co-host Sara Haines' comment about the fact that it has been one year since the grotesque incident which cost Griffin sponsorships and jobs, The Washington Free Beacon reported.
"By the way, I take the apology back. F— him!" Griffin declared. "And the sons, the sons, Don Jr. and Eric, or as I call them, ‘Eddie Munster’ and ‘Date Rape.’"
Griffin, who continued to claim that she was the victim of the whole ordeal, added that she was not holding back her attacks on Trump and his family because Trump is different than other presidents.
"Look, I'm not holding back on this family," Griffin said. "This president is different, and I have been through the mill. And so now I'm back on the road."