CNN has revealed what Kathy Griffin’s controversy with President Trump means for her future at the network Rich Fury/Invision/AP
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2017 file photo, comedian Kathy Griffin attends the Clive Davis and The Recording Academy Pre-Grammy Gala in Beverly Hills, Calif. Griffin says she knew her new photo shoot with photographer Tyler Shields would “make noise.” She appears in a photo posted online Tuesday, May 30, 2017, holding what looks like President Donald Trump’s bloody, severed head. Many on Twitter called for the comedian to be jailed. Griffin told photographer Shields in a video on his Twitter page Tuesday that they will have to move to Mexico to avoid federal prison for their latest collaboration. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File)

CNN is responding to comedian Kathy Griffin’s latest controversy after she did a photo shoot with a fake severed head of President Trump.

Before the controversy, Griffin spent part of her time as a co-host for their New Year’s Eve coverage.

CNN provided a statement to Mediaite expressing their thoughts about her actions and what they meant moving forward: “We found what she did disgusting and offensive. We are pleased to see she has apologized and asked that the photos be taken down. We are evaluating New Year’s Eve and have made no decisions at this point.”

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Others CNN employees expressed their distaste for the imagery:

Cuomo also retweeted Trump’s comments on the display.

Others, such as Brooke Baldwin, retweeted Griffin’s apology.

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