Kathy Griffin Spoofs Hillary Clinton's Bullying Video, Tells Donald Trump to "F— Off"

Mirrors - Kathy Griffin  -Hillary Clinton - Screen Shot-H 2016
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"Sorry Michelle, but when he goes low, I go lower."

Kathy Griffin spoke out against Donald Trump in the most direct way she could think of: by telling him to "f— off."

Griffin spoofs Hillary Clinton's famous anti-bullying ad, which intersperses clips of Trump speaking negatively about women with images of young girls looking at themselves in a mirror. In Griffin's video, the comedian doesn't just stare silently at the mirror, she repeatedly tells Trump to "f— off."

Her facial expressions are priceless as she reacts to Trump's words while brushing her hair and putting on makeup.

"Sorry Michelle, but when he goes low, I go lower," she says at the end of the video, referring to Michelle Obama's "when they go low, we go high" mantra.

Here's a look at the original ad.