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May 1, 2018 -- Combine toxic hatred by two female comedians who, quite frankly, aren't all that funny and what you have is a feud of sorts for prime media-buzz real estate. 

Kathy Griffin dominated the space after launching a raunchy photo of herself dangling a bloody decapitated head of Donald Trump; a photo that would make your Islamic extremist proud. 

Then along came Michelle Wolf. Speaking in her whiny Roseanne Barr voice, Wolf stunned attendees at the White House Correspondents Dinner by spewing hatred at President Trump and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

They should have invited Roseanne instead. 

Wolf got what she apparently wanted: Massive media buzz that gave her household name creds, praise from the Hollywood left, and queen of mania mountain. 

Griffin fired back, launching a media blazing, profanity laced tirade against Trump on ABC's faltering The View talk show.  

Meanwhile, Obama survivors praise Trump for his tax cuts, economic recovery, and efforts to defend our nation from Third-World and Islamic invasions. 

From Fox News ▼

Kathy Griffin seemed to forget she was on morning television when she dropped the F-bomb several times and cursed throughout her appearance on ABC's "The View."

The comedian had to have her mic cut multiple times, and co-host Joy Behar appeared to attempt to get Griffin to keep things PG but failed.

The 57-year-old once again took back her apology after she nearly lost her career for posing with a bloodied Trump mask in 2017.

“Yeah, I take the apology back,” she told the hosts. “F--- him. And Don Jr. and Eric, or as I call them Eddie Munster and Date Rape. I’m not holding back on this family. This president is different and I have been through the mill and so now I’m back on the road. I sold out Carnegie Hall in less than 24 hours.”

Griffin, who previously said on social media she “went too far” with the photo shoot, stressed to the hosts she regretted apologizing.

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