Could Kellyanne Conway go from the White House to being a “Real Housewife?”

Andy Cohen, the executive producer of the hit Bravo franchise, says he’s desperate to land the adviser to President Trump and former pollster on one of his casts.

“Kellyanne Conway — I’m begging her to just consider a spot on the “Housewives’ if she gets bored. She’d be amazing,” Cohen told NBC “Late Night” host Seth Meyers during a Tuesday interview.

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Cohen exclaimed there are several similarities between the table-flipping, soap opera-esque dramatics on his reality TV show and the 2016 White House race. “For a year,” Cohen told Meyers, “I was calling all the debates a ‘Housewives’ reunion, because they were.”

“There are parallels to the ‘Housewives,’ and a lot of things that happened during the election, they’re so many,” he said.

A vocal opponent to Trump, Cohen offered sardonic praise of Conway’s recent use of the term “alternative facts,” calling it, “My favorite statement ever made in the history of ever.”

In a Sunday interview on “Meet the Press,” Conway referred to White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s statement about Trump’s inauguration crowd being the “largest audience to ever witness” such an event as an “alternative fact.”

“I’m taping the Beverly Hills reunion in a few weeks,” Cohen said, “and I’m waiting for [cast member] Lisa Rinna to be like, ‘Well no, that’s an alternative fact.’"

Cohen told ITK back in 2015 he had a few other big names in politics in mind for a spot on the "Housewives."

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