Kathy Griffin: 'I didn't do anything wrong' with Trump beheading photo shoot

Kathy Griffin wants everyone to know she's really not sorry for posing with a bloodied Trump mask.

The comedian, who already took back her apology for the offensive photo shoot, said in a new interview she "didn't do anything wrong."

"I took a picture that you or anyone of your friends could make," she told the Guardian. "I put it online and was under federal investigation for conspiracy to assassinate the President of the United States of America. I didn't do anything wrong. It's insane and I truly believe if it happened to me it could happen to you."

Griffin faced backlash after the photo leaked on TMZ. She was fired by CNN from co-hosting their New Year's Eve show. She said at the time the Trump family systematically "mobilized their armies" against her.

"I will not be convinced this was not a straight-up case of sexism and ageism. I really think Trump went for me because I was an easy target," Griffin told the Guardian.

She also challenged Trump saying, "I will openly accuse the President of the United States of human rights violations."

Griffin appears on the cover of the Guardian dressed as communist dictator Che Guevara.

She already took back her apology last month telling Australia's "Sunrise," "I am no longer sorry, the whole outrage was B.S., the whole thing got so blown out of proportion."