Prior to Griffin's termination, Cooper -- who currently hosts Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN -- tweeted his disapproval of the photo shoot, writing: "For the record, I am appalled by the photo shoot Kathy Griffin took part in. It is clearly disgusting and completely inappropriate."
When ET's Kevin Frazier asked if she had spoken to Cooper since being let go from CNN, Griffin just cried and shook her head in silence. She was more vocal about what she thinks of being fired by the news network, replying, "It's hurtful to me."
Griffin's attorney then chimed in, calling the termination "censorship."
Griffin couldn't hold back her tears when speaking with the press, and admitted that she thinks Trump has ruined her professional life, insisting that this would not have happened to a male comic. "I don't think I'll have a career after this. I'm going to be honest, he broke me," she said while crying. "I'm broken."
Meanwhile, Griffin has been receiving some support from her fellow comedians, including Jamie Foxx and Jim Carrey, who spoke exclusively to ET about the photo shoot scandal. "I think it is the job of a comedian to cross the line at all times -- because that line is not real," Carrey said. "We're the last line of defense, and really, the comedians are the last voice of truth in this whole thing. It's impossible to get away from it."