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Donald Trump's Campaign Manager Can't Get A Day Off In Hilarious ’SNL’ Skit

Spare a thought for Kellyanne Conway the next time a Donald Trump scandal breaks. As the GOP presidential nominee’s campaign manager, she invariably has to deal with the fallout from the former reality TV personality’s rhetoric. “Saturday Night Live” poked fun at what must be her relentless schedule over the weekend. No matter how hard she tried, Kate McKinnon as Conway just couldn’t catch a break on her day off.
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