Bette Midler shares 'Hocus Pocus'-inspired jab at Trump featuring Kathy Griffin, Stormy Daniels
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Actress Bette Midler tweeted a throwback photo from her days playing a witch in Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” but swapped out her castmates for two of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says inviting Russia to G7 'a question of common sense' Pentagon chief does not support invoking Insurrection Act Dershowitz: Does President Trump have power to declare martial law? MORE’s public foes.

Midler shared the picture of her dressed as Winifred, one of the three Sanderson sisters from the 1993 Halloween flick.

Adult-film star Stormy Daniels and comedian Kathy Griffin were added as the other two witches.


“Sisters!! @kathygriffin @StormyDaniels. It's been three hundred years. Right down to the day. Now the witches are back. And there's h*** to pay!” Midler wrote, playing off the lyrics from one of the movie’s songs.

Daniels called it the “greatest tweet I’v ever been tagged in. Period.”

All three women have made headlines trading jabs with the president online. 

Trump last week called Midler — one of Hollywood's fiercest Trump critics — a "washed up psycho" after she shared a fake quote about him.


The 73-year-old Academy Award-nominated performer quickly seized on the nickname and added it to her Twitter bio.

Griffin was relieved of her New Year's Eve duties by CNN in the wake of a 2017 photo shoot that included her holding up a severed, bloody prop head that strongly resembled Trump. 

Daniels rose to national prominence after reports surfaced last year of the $130,000 payment she received in 2016 from Trump’s then-personal lawyer Michael CohenMichael Dean CohenHarris, Jeffries question why Manafort, Cohen released while others remain in prison Rosenstein to testify as part of Graham's Russia investigation probe The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Mnuchin: More COVID-19 congressional action ahead MORE in return for her staying silent about her alleged 2006 affair with Trump.

Trump called her a “horseface” and threatened to "go after" her after he won a court victory over his alleged mistress in October.

Reporter Yashar Ali wrote on Twitter that Midler reportedly created the meme because it was “time to show some solidarity” for the women Trump publicly attacks.