Magazine March 11, 2019, Issue

“The Kellyanne Conway Show”

(Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

Episode 233: Ghost of a Chance

Fade In:

int. office — day

Kellyanne is at her desk. The office is empty.

Mick Mulvaney (V.O.): Kellyanne?

Kellyanne looks around. There’s no one there.

Kellyanne: Hello?

Mick Mulvaney (V.O.): Kellyanne, it’s Mick Mulvaney. I am the chief of

staff in the —

Kellyanne: I know what you are, Mr. Mulvaney. But where are you?

Mick Mulvaney (V.O.): Exactly, Kellyanne. Where am I? I am nowhere. And everywhere. I cannot be seen or detected. I float invisibly through walls. I know it might seem silly to you, Kellyanne. But the trick to surviving in my position is, remain invisible to

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