SNL’s ‘Fatal Attraction’ clip of Kellyanne Conway and Jake Tapper creepy as hell, sexist and disgusting

“Saturday Night Live” continues to utilize its grasp on pop culture to turn the public against President Donald Trump, and when it comes to good taste, the show is going further and further out on the limb.

On this weekend’s show, a short skit featuring CNN’s Jake Tapper and Trump senior adviser Kellyanne Conway was done based on the film, “Fatal Attraction.”

The end result, which showed little respect for Conway as a woman, was creepy as hell, with little humor to be found:

A GIF was included on the SNL Twitter feed that was equally disturbing:

Then again, this is not the first time SNL has denigrated the first woman to run a successful presidential campaign.

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In a recent skit that also included a portrayal of Tapper, the Trump aide was depicted as a “dumb blonde” in a flighty interview that made her look like the late Anna Nicole Smith.

Jake Tapper responded to the skit on Twitter with a simple, “Um.”

Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter, including Tapper responding to whether he was aware that he’d be featured on the show. And while liberals seem to love what they see, the other half of the country doesn’t share their affinity:


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