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

"Saturday Night Live" took a jab at White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway this week, comparing her to "IT" villain Pennywise trying to lure CNN anchor Anderson Cooper into the sewer.

The digital short re-creates the opening scene from Stephen King's "IT," with SNL's Cooper in a yellow raincoat noticing Conway in the sewer.

"Hello, Coopy. It's me, Kellyanne Conway," SNL cast member Kate McKinnon says. 

McKinnon's Conway proceeds to offer Cooper different comments she would make if Cooper were to put her on TV. 

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"OK. 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 said he wanted more on," Conway says.

NBC News reported earlier this week that Secretary of State Rex TillersonRex Wayne TillersonOvernight Defense: Trump recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital | Mattis, Tillerson reportedly opposed move | Pentagon admits 2,000 US troops are in Syria | Trump calls on Saudis to 'immediately' lift Yemen blockade Trump has yet to name ambassadors to key nations in Mideast Mattis, Tillerson warned Trump of security concerns in Israel embassy move MORE had referred to Trump as a "moron" and that other administration officials had to urge the nation's top diplomat not to leave his post.

The skit continues to show that Conway lured MSNBC's Rachel Maddow into the sewer as well.

Conway finally lures Cooper into the sewer by posing as former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGrassley blasts Democrats over unwillingness to probe Clinton GOP lawmakers cite new allegations of political bias in FBI Top intel Dem: Trump Jr. refused to answer questions about Trump Tower discussions with father MORE offering a free copy of her book, "What Happened."

McKinnon won an Emmy for her SNL performance as Conway and Clinton in 2016.