SNL Asks ‘Where In The World Is Kellyanne Conway?”

After several disastrous and embarrassing performance and the notable decision by CNN not to ask her to come on their programs at all because of her misstatements and misrepresentations, Saturday Night Live sought some help in trying to find Trump Senior Adviser Kellyanne Conway:

Nicely played.

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Comments

  1. Mikey says:

    SNL was pretty meh last night but this bit and the cold open were great.

  2. Gustopher says:

    I think there is a bit of sexism at play in the treatment of Kellyanne Conway — yes, she has no credibility, and yes in a just world she and her ilk would be sidelined and never heard from again, but… Her ilk isn’t being sidelined.

    Sean Spicer is still out there, telling one ridiculous lie after another. One Republican after another will appear on the Sunday talk shows to make claims about Trumpcare that are objectively not true. News organizations still breathlessly report on whatever Trump says.

    She and she alone has been singled out and given special treatment.

    She was the first woman to run a successful Presidential campaign, and the first person to run a successful post-truth Presidential campaign. And now the administration pretends she doesn’t exist. Sad.

    Don’t get me wrong, she’s a horrible human being and she should be shunned from society. But there are so many others who would also qualify for the same, but for their dangling genitalia.

  3. Just 'nutha ig'nint cracker says:

    @Gustopher: Good point! Thanks.

  4. CSK says:

    @Just ‘nutha ig’nint cracker:

    This is a good point. So who was responsible for getting her sidelined–Bannon or the Kushners? We know Trump doesn’t make any decisions by himself.

  5. Neil Hudelson says:

    I would love to see more skits like this: short, gets to the joke, and then ends.

  6. Jen says:

    She was in NH a week or two ago. They’ve put her on the “fundraisers with the true believers” circuit.