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In a preview clip from Comedy Central’s Tuesday night special, “The President Show Make America Great-A-Thon,” Griffin appears as Conway to “happily defend” some of “the worst people in history.”


Asked by the special’s President TrumpDonald TrumpPoll: 73 percent of Democratic voters would consider voting for Biden in the 2024 primary Biden flexes presidential muscle on campaign trail with Virginia's McAuliffe Has Trump beaten the system? MORE, played by Anthony Atamanuik, to embrace disgraced Wall Street financier Bernie Madoff, Griffin’s character replies, “Did Bernie Madoff’s investors go bankrupt? Yeah. But I find it interesting the media used the words ‘pyramid scheme.’ ”

“Frankly, that’s anti-Semitic when you consider the terrible suffering of the Jewish people in Egypt at the time of the pharaoh. So this so-called bankruptcy is actually a moral one on your part, Wolf.”

The hourlong special episode of “The President Show” is set to air on Comedy Central at 11 p.m.

The role as a Trump administration official is Griffin’s first acting gig since she was widely criticized last year after posing for a photo featuring her holding a prop made to look like Trump’s bloody, decapitated head. Griffin quickly apologized, before later retracting her apology.

Trump condemned the photo, saying the 57-year-old comedian “should be ashamed of herself.” Griffin was interviewed by the Secret Service and lost tour dates and sponsorships as a result of the snapshot.