Kathy Griffin rejects interview request from Fox News' Tomi Lahren
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Comedian Kathy Griffin rejected an interview request from Fox News’ Tomi Lahren on Tuesday, writing that she would not “waste” her time by sitting down with the conservative commentator.

“Dear @TomiLahren, You and your network told me my career was over and that I was irrelevant,” Griffin posted on Twitter. “Now you want to interview me. Not only do I not want to waste my time with you, I’m too busy selling out shows on my US tour. Go F--k Yourself, Kathy Griffin.”

Griffin shared what appeared to be a Fox News email she received requesting a sit-down interview with Lahren for Fox Nation — the network’s upcoming subscription-based platform.

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The request — for the week of Sept. 17 — would cover a range of topics with the hope of “thoughtful, productive and amicable dialog.”

The request said the interview would take place in a “relaxed and casual setting.”

Lahren responded to Griffin’s tweet on Tuesday.

“Thought maybe you’d like to defend and discuss your Trump Derangement Syndrome on the most-watched cable news network,” the conservative commentator responded. “Guess not! Have a nice day.”

Griffin sparked a major national backlash after posting a photo with a bloody, decapitated head meant to look like President TrumpDonald John TrumpTed Cruz knocks New York Times for 'stunning' correction on Kavanaugh report US service member killed in Afghanistan Pro-Trump website edited British reality star's picture to show him wearing Trump hat MORE last year.

Trump tweeted at the time that Griffin should be "ashamed of herself" and that his children were having a "hard time" with it.

The frequent Trump critic apologized and subsequently canceled her 50-city U.S. tour following the backlash.

She also was fired as co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage.

“I wish I could tour in the U.S. without getting shot — I know I can’t,” Griffin said in December.  I was in the middle of a 50-city tour when the tweet happened. It was canceled in 24 hours.”

Griffin announced in March that a return show at New York’s Carnegie Hall sold out in just one day.