Kathy Griffin admitted she is no longer sorry about the bloody, decapitated Trump photo. Pictured: Griffin attends E! 'Fashion Police' and NYLON kickoff of NY Fashion Week with 50 Shades of Fashion in celebration of the Universal Studios film "Fifty Shades of Grey" at PHD at the Dream Downtown on Feb. 11, 2015 in New York City. Getty Images/Theo Wargo

Kathy Griffin had a change of heart about her controversial Donald Trump photo.

In May, Griffin made headlines when she shared a photo holding a bloody, decapitated head of Trump. Griffin wanted to make a statement, but her bold move was criticized on social media. So, the comedian decided to apologize.

However, in a recent interview with Sunrise, the actress admitted that she's no longer sorry for what she did. "I am no longer sorry, the whole outrage was [explicit], the whole thing got so blown out of proportion," she said (via Entertainment Weekly). "I lost everybody."

Griffin also mentioned the criticism she received from Alyssa Milano and Debra Messing. The two took to Twitter and did not support her move. "@kathygriffin I'm sorry but that is totally inappropriate and so very offensive. And I have to believe you're smart enough to know better," Milano wrote. "It wasn't right when people hung lynched Obama effigies, just as what Kathy Griffin did isn't right now," Messing agreed.

Milano and Messing are not Trump supporters, so Samantha Armytage asked the "Suddenly Susan" star if she understands why the pair viewed the photo as "over-the-line." "You're full of crap," Griffin said. "Stop acting like my little picture is more important than talking about the actual atrocities that the president of the United States is committing."

Griffin went on and discussed the controversial decisions that Trump made recently. She refused to refer to him as the president and called him "the fool" instead.

"I've been talking to Australians who, for the first time, are saying 'We're afraid to go to America," Griffin said. "I never thought I would hear that in my lifetime."

When Griffin's controversial photo with celebrity Tyler Shields received flak from critics, she decided to issue a public apology a day after the incident. In a short video posted on Twitter, she begged for forgiveness and reminded everyone that she is also a human who makes mistakes. The said post has since been deleted.

Due to the beheaded Trump photo controversy, many thought that Griffin would be arrested. In July, the comedian announced that she was no longer under federal investigation. According to her, the case was close and she has been "completely exonerated."