So much for ‘sorry’! Kathy Griffin lawyers up, says she’ll respond to ‘bullying’ SHE ‘endured’ from Trump family

Does the name Lisa Bloom strike a familiar chord? It should.

Kathy Griffin announced that she’ll be holding a press conference Friday to go over the “bullying from the Trump family that she has endured” following a stunt Charles Krauthammer described as “political pornography from a D-list comedienne.”

Screenshots of Kathy Griffin (left), and her attorney, Lisa Bloom

She’ll be accompanied by her lawyer, Lisa Bloom, daughter of feminist attorney Gloria Allred, but who has made herself famous in her own right by having represented alleged victims at Fox News Channel. Including threatening Jesse Watters for an alleged sexist remark towards Ivanka Trump.

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Her act of “political pornography” was to pose for a photograph where she held aloft a facsimile of President Donald Trump’s bloodied, severed head.

At the 9 a.m.press conference, Griffin will also attempt to “explain the true motivation behind the image.”

After Griffin “sincerely” apologized for publishing the photo on her Twitter account, admitting that she “went too far,” Trump tweeted that the comedienne should “be ashamed of herself,” adding that his 11-year-old son, Barron, was “having a hard time with this. Sick!”

Melania Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and the president’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump also spoke out against the disgusting stunt, and rightly so.

If that’s what Griffin calls “bullying,” she has at least one trait in common with other liberals — she can dish it out but she can’t take it.

After the photo was published, the slings and arrows that came her way weren’t so much from the Trump family, but rather from others who expressed their disgust on social media. As a result, CNN cancelled her annual New Year’s Eve gig with the network.

Sen. Al Franken scratched an upcoming appearance with her to promote his new book — after initially refusing to do so.

“I believe what Kathy Griffin did was inappropriate and not something that should be anywhere in our national discourse,” the Minnesota Democrat said. I consider her a friend and I’m glad she realized she crossed the line and apologized.”

Backlash on social media was swift — and brutal.

But first, you can watch Griffin’s meaningless apology below:

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This week also marked another celebrity misstep, when golfing great Tiger Woods was arrested for driving under the influence of intoxicants. But that was small potatoes as compared to Griffin’s stunt.

Unlike Griffin, however, Woods hasn’t announced plans to sue anyone for his own misdeeds.

Griffin and two-time presidential campaign loser Hillary Clinton should get together — neither one can accept responsibility. Maybe the pair can work out a deal for joint psychiatric treatments to save a few bucks.

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