REPORT: Kathy Griffin, proud of attacking WH aides, goes on unhinged Twitter rant

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The controversial comedian Kathy Griffin lashed out at White House aide Mercedes Schlapp and her husband, Matt, on Twitter Saturday, lobbing a string of insults while describing a fiery encounter with the couple at a party hosted by MSNBC following last month’s White House Correspondents Dinner.

Matt Schlapp, the president of the American Conservative Union, responded to Griffin’s 19-post Twitter thread about him and his wife by saying, “Kathy I think it’s time to move on now I’m getting a bit worried. Go away from the light.”

Griffin had called the Schlapps “D.C.’s most spineless power couple” and “a bunch of suck-ups.” She added that while she argued with Mercedes Schlapp over the after-dinner routine by comedian Michelle Wolf, “Matt just stood there gingerly holding his drink and sucking up some sort of clear alcohol … through a tiny straw like a gossipy little b—-.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Griffin said she felt obligated to speak out after Mercedes Schlapp reportedly told a White House meeting, “I stand with Kelly Sadler.” Sadler, a White House communications aide, joked about Sen. John McCain’s brain cancer diagnosis last week after he urged his fellow lawmakers to oppose President Trump’s nomination of Gina Haspel for CIA Director, sources told Fox News.

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