Comediane Kathy Griffin is going back into the entertainment business after an exile involving a grotesque photo about President Trump - and she's going after him again.
Here's what she's doing
Griffin appeared on the "President's Show" Tuesday as Kellyanne Conway, Trump's former campaign manager and currently serving as one of his top advisors in the White House. Anthony Atamanuik stars as the president in the comedic sendup of the White House.
"Kellyanne's the best, she has absolutely no conscience," said Atamunik as Trump in a scene released on Twitter. "In fact, that's our next act. You can toss out the names of the worst people in history, and she'll happily defend them!"
"Allright Kellyanne," he added, "here's the first one - Bernie Madoff!"
"Did Bernie Madoff's investors go bankrupt? Yeah!" Griffin said, impersonating Conway.
"But I find it interesting the media uses the term pyramid scheme," she explained. "Frankly that's anti-Semitic when you consider the terrible suffering of the Jewish people in Egypt at the time of the pharaoh."
"So this so-called bankruptcy is actually a moral one on your part, Wolf!" she concluded.
Watch the clip below from Comedy Central:
Blacklisted over Trump?
“I’m fully in the middle of a blacklist,” she said, “a Hollywood blacklist. It is real. I’m not booked on any talk shows. I’m selling tickets worldwide which is really hard when you don’t have any kind of a television platform and kind of nobody has your back, and everyone thinks you’re crazy but a handful of people think I’m kinda onto something.”