For months on the campaign trail, President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, has been the source of controversy for her off-handed remarks and because of the remarks, has been the butt of many jokes. Whether by design or not, the public appearances and interviews Ms. Conway grants have been fewer and far between.

The cast and writers of Saturday Night Live took notice of her diminishing public persona and asked the rhetorical question in a two-minute skit titled: Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway? The expression is a takeoff on the 1990s children's gumshoe television game show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

SNL cast member Kate McKinnon plays Kellyanne Conway once again

Ms. Conway has gotten herself in trouble upon occasion in many memorable moments during the campaign, during the transition period and since the inauguration of President Trump. SNL cast member Kate McKinnon reprises her role as Kellyanne Conway during the hilarious skit of political satire.

It was based on the suddenly lowered profile of the Trump senior counselor, who in spite of her lack of public appearances, is still said to have total access to President Trump. She was spoofed recently texting on a couch in the Oval Office during a visit by officials from many historically black colleges and universities. The photo that was captured then by Stephen Crowley of The New York Times stirred controversy showing a lack of respect for the African-American officials.

Ms. Conway stated that she meant "no disrespect."

Kellyanne Conway during an interview on NBC's Meet the Press with Chuck Todd introduced the phrase interference to the Trump White House of "alternative facts." The response of "alternative facts" was in reference to the rant by Sean Spicer in falsely claiming about theTrump inauguration that is was the "largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period." Which led directly to brilliant comedic actress Melissa McCarthy to creating the now-famous role of Sean Spicer on SNL, with the rants and raves and all.

SNL has been relentlessly spoofing Kellyanne Conway since inauguration day

She famously was quoted as saying that she would rather "slit her wrists than be Sean Spicer" in reference to the rumor that she wanted to be the White House Press Secretary. SNL has been relentless in spoofing Ms. Conway since the inauguration, including this skit with Jake Tapper interviewing her and the Ms.

Conway breaking out into song and dance.

Back to the Kellyanne Conway spoof on SNL. How did the spoof end? SNL cast member, Mikey Day, came out to question the two children with the question of Where in the World Is Kellyanne Conway? and the answer back was, “Well, we don’t want to find her.” Host Mikey Day ended the segment with, "Well, I guess that’s our show." Referring to the seven-week absence of Ms. Conway and throwing up his arms, "Seven weeks in a row, and still, nobody wants to find that woman." Amen.