Kellyanne Conway is terrifying as Kellywise the Clown on 'SNL'

SNL depicts Conway as 'IT' luring Anderson Cooper into the sewer

SNL depicts Conway as 'IT' luring Anderson Cooper into the sewer

What Kellywise wants more than anything is for "Cooper" to put her on TV.

"Kellywise" - paying homage to supernatural killer "It" clown Pennywise - entices Cooper to descend into the gutter.

Cooper begs off, but Kellywise persists: 'I'll give you quote.

"The code was, 'He raped me, '" she said.

"How about this? Ok so Puerto Rico was actually worse before Hurricane Maria and the hurricane actually did blow some things back together".

After McKinnon won an Emmy for her work on SNL, Conway commented: 'I am so happy Kate McKinnon was able to get her Emmy. It all culminates with the anchor waking up from what he believes was a nightmare, only to find out Kellywise is in the chair next to him and ready to dance, in the proverbial and physical sense.

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So secretary Tillerson did not call the president a moron. "They were sharing a sundae, and the president asked if he wanted more sprinkles, and the secretary says, 'More on'".

Just when you thought the President's administration couldn't get any scarier.


That's when Kenan Thompson, playing a police officer, intervenes.

Soon enough, a possessed Hillary makes an appearance, along with Cecily Strong's Rachel Maddow.

McKinnon's Goldry later talked about "a secret code" actresses used "to warn each other about creeps". "You'll float too, Anderson", Maddow tells him. "Every day, she drags somebody into that sewer, down there where the doodies are".

Like King's antagonist, Kellywise reveals her victim's biggest fears, for Cooper in the skit, it is Trump getting re-elected for a second term and Cooper packing on more pounds, both displayed as New York Times front-page headlines.

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