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'SNL' Skewers Kellyanne Conway as a Terrifying, News-hungry Pennywise the Clown

Conway has previously been portrayed on 'SNL' as Glenn Close's sex-crazed, maniacal character from 'Fatal Attraction'

SNL skewers Kellyanne Conway as a terrifying, news-hungry Pennywise the clown
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Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne Conway returned to "Saturday Night Live" as a particularly terrifying Pennywise the clown from Stephen King's recent horror film "It." Conway has previously been portrayed on "SNL" as Glenn Close's sex-crazed, maniacal character from "Fatal Attraction" begging Beck Bennett's Jake Tapper to put on her on the news. 

“Put me on TV,” Conwaywise begs CNN's Anderson Cooper from the sewer, renacting the opening sequence from "It." “I’ll give you quote, I’ll give you crazy, crazy quote. How about this? ‘Okay, so, Puerto Rico was actually worse before Hurricane Maria, and the hurricane actually did blow some buildings back together, and I don’t know why Elizabeth Warren won’t tweet about that."