Kathy Griffin has one simple message for Donald Trump: “F— off.”
In a new video collaboration with comedy duo A Brit and A Yank, Griffin puts her own spin on “Mirrors,” Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s ad showing young women looking at their reflections as some of Donald Trump’s quotes about women play.
Much like the young girls in Clinton’s ad, Griffin is seen gazing into the mirror. While the Emmy-winning comedian is going about her daily routine, Trump’s now-viral insults begin playing. “I’d look her right in that fat ugly face of hers” is just one of many derogatory statements from the Republican nominee. Instead of carrying on, Griffin stands up to Trump, repeatedly telling him to “f— off.”
Griffin even throws in a personal message to Michelle Obama, apologizing for her crass response. “Sorry Michelle, but when he goes low, I go lower,” said Griffin. The line refers to the first lady’s popular saying from her Democratic National Convention speech, which she repeated once again in a passionate stump speech for Clinton in New Hampshire last Thursday.
Griffin recently collaborated with Brit and A Yank to urge the American people to make their voices heard through voting.
Watch the video above.