Kathy Griffin tweets another ‘joke’ about Trump

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Liberal self-proclaimed “D-lister” Kathy Griffin made another joke at President Donald Trump’s expense, this time with a tweet suggesting a relationship between recently paroled O.J. Simpson and Trump.

Griffin faced public backlash earlier this year when the comedian posted a photo of herself holding a bloody head, created to resemble President Trump.

Her new Twitter attack on the president includes a photo of Trump and Simpson, possibly from 1993. She writes: “POTUS with new attorney general??? #OJSimpsonParole.”

The assumption that Trump needs a new attorney general is due to his recent interview with the New York Times, in which he said he wouldn’t have hired Jeff Sessions if he had known Sessions was going to recuse himself from the Russian investigation. (Scroll down to see Griffin’s photo tweet.)

According to Complex.com, the photo was dug up during the during the 2016 presidential election. Complex says it may have been taken in New York, during the grand opening of the Harley Davidson Cafe.

Twitter users responded to Griffin’s tweet, expressing displeasure at the “joke,” and surprise that she still has a Twitter account.

Trump and Simpson have been linked previously, as the former football start attended Trump’s second marriage ceremony with Marla Maples in 1993. Recently, failed presidential candidate John Kerry made a comparison between the two, likening Trumps efforts to renegotiate the Paris accords to Simpson attempting to find his ex-wife’s killer.

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