[Ed. – One padded cell, please.]
Kathy Griffin has re-tweeted her controversial Donald Trump severed head photo after the president claimed victory in the election.
The picture shows a stony-faced Griffin holding an effigy of Trump’s decapitated, bloodied head and came soon after his extraordinary early morning White House statement.
The comedian was fired from CNN in 2017 after the gory stunt provoked an angry response from Trump supporters.
In a press conference just after 2am, Trump claimed he had won the election and promised to go to the Supreme Court.
A few minutes later Griffin re-shared the photo to her Twitter feed without comment it has so far has being liked nearly 43,000 times.
The picture was taken by photographer Tyler Shields, who is known for his “edgy, shocking” but reports at the time alleged Trump’s son Baron was frightened by it.