Kathy Griffin's press conference accusing President Donald Trump of "bullying" her garnered little - or zero - sympathy from conservatives and liberals alike on social media Friday morning.
The comedian cried and joked her way through the minute-and-a-half speech, in which she addressed the controversial photos of her holding a decapitated Trump head and the "death threats" she said she has received since. Ultimately, Griffin accused Trump and his family of trying to ruin her life over a bad joke she's already apologized for, but based on reactions pouring in on Twitter, no one feels all that bad for her.
"What's happening to me has never happened, ever, in the history of this great country, which is that a sitting President of the United States and his grown children and the First Lady are personally, I feel, trying to ruin my life forever. Forever," Griffin said.
"He broke me," she said, admitting she doesn't believe her career can recover. "And then I was like, no, this isn't right. It's not right. And I apologized because it was the right thing to do, and I meant it."
Griffin used the terms "mob mentality" to describe the large-scale backlash she's faced since the photo was released, but the backlash appears to have only intensified.
Americans across the political spectrum are having a hard time accepting the sincerity of Griffin's apology. Here's a sample of the not-so-favorable reactions -- including some blind item "tea" from Demi Lovato, who battled Griffin on Twitter in the past.