The Donald Trump campaign managed to fake out the media already with a little thing called the 2016 presidential election, and Kellyanne Conway kept the surprises coming by attending a costume party on Long Island dressed as DC Comics’ Supergirl.
.@KellyannePolls From Bloomberg: "Conway said she’s going as Stephen Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist"
Heh – I really like this
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) December 4, 2016
Conway had said she’d be attended the party at the Long Island estate of Robert Mercer and his wife, Diana, dressed as Trump chief strategist Stephen Bannon, “whom she described as a villain to the media and hero to just about everyone else.” LIES!
Honoring the ultimate hero at the Mercer "Heroes and Villians" party on Long Island. Crowd thrilled w/ surprise! pic.twitter.com/VQAyaKvs6i
— Kellyanne Conway (@KellyannePolls) December 4, 2016
So, was the surprise her change of costume, or the appearance of President-elect Donald Trump, whom she’d said wouldn’t be attending? So many layers of deception!
By the way, Trump arrived dressed as himself, leaving it to every single person on social media to make a joke about him attending as either a villain or a hero.
Asked who he was dressed as, PEOTUS — wearing a dark suit, overcoat and checked tie — pointed at himself and mouthed "me."
— Anita Kumar (@anitakumar01) December 4, 2016
pool report: Trump attending "Heroes and Villains" party at hedge fund billionaire Mercer's house, dressed as himself pic.twitter.com/U7OlBPqwJQ
— Yeganeh Torbati (@yjtorbati) December 4, 2016
Let’s make a deal: it’s a Saturday night, it’s the holiday season, and at least somebody’s at a party, so we’ll save the really nasty comments on this one (the ones that would be considered misogynistic if Conway were a liberal) for later in case anyone wants to skip ’em.
Thank You Kellyanne. You are an American HERO.
— AmericanValuesMatter (@sp1ritharambe) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls Does Team Trump ever sleep?
— Globalist Tears ? (@PreppyAltRight) December 4, 2016
Hell no — not with all that cocaine on hand, right, Dr. Dean?
— Deplorable Kathy ? (@kathystone1221) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls you are Wonder Woman. So lucky to have you on the Trump Team! ????
— Proud Deplorable (@fitzsimmons_pam) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls you are a rock star Kellyanne
— Dale (@FatherElectron) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls best looking Wonder Woman I've ever seen!!
Thank you for ALL of your work, Kellyanne! You're a goddess!
— ♤ (@NumberOneChache) December 4, 2016
— Phil Norton (@PhilNorton2) December 4, 2016
— arthur (@arthur1979) December 4, 2016
— Mike Reihart (@MReihart) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls awesome pic! Ignore the haters, THANKS for all your awesome work!
— Txtechlaw98 (@txtechlaw98) December 4, 2016
Did someone mention the haters? Might as well skip all the “I see two villains” posts and get right to the contributions from people wearing “Nasty Woman” T-shirts.
@KellyannePolls already the most classless administration in the history of the United States, and not even in office yet.
— BabyHands Trump (@NeverTrump73) December 4, 2016
— The Sports Whisperer (@montetjwitter11) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls that's a prostitute outfit, which is unsurprising given you sold yourself to the devil
— shawn (@BuddyHuggs) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls you look like you;re about to go out and turn some tricks
— ?#NoDAPL? (@DaveWuzzHere) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls Gag…It's Super Hag
— Samuel L. Bronkowitz (@SamBronkowitz) December 4, 2016
— FightingForSUZI (@sufferingjuke) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls looks like regular american trash. rednecks in long island…
— Planet_Of_Puppets (@audio_pervert) December 4, 2016
— Bobbie Hill (@BobbieHill) December 4, 2016
— Elizabeth (@RegulatoryHell) December 4, 2016
— Pamela (@reporter616) December 4, 2016
@KellyannePolls This is how civilizations end.
— Scott (@LibertyScott63) December 4, 2016
Really? This is how civilization ends? We have confirmation.
@KellyannePolls When civilization as we know it ends, Ms Conway, please remember that you are personally to blame for it all. Enjoy.
— Kevin Hancock (@kevinjhancock) December 4, 2016