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January 25, 2017

Watch Kellyanne Conway try her hand at singing, standup comedy in the 90s

Need a laugh? Watch this.

A video of Kellyanne Conway – who hails from Atco, New Jersey, and is one of President Donald Trump's closest advisors in the White House – has resurfaced from the depths of the internet and he shows her performing standup in the 1990s.

And it's definitely, well, something.

A version of the 11-minute routine – that includes a jazzy singing number – can be found on C-Span or seen below. 

The event wasn't an open mic night, however. Conway, then Kellyanne Fitzpatrick, was performing at the "D.C.'s Funniest Celebrity Charity Event" in 1998 when she was the CEO of The Polling Company.

She tackles everything from pop culture (i.e. "Ally McBeal") and her dating life to law school and politics (i.e. Al Gore, George Bush, Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky).

She then wraps up the night with a song about pundits (a topic she covered earlier) that she says "will really make you laugh because I can't sing."

Watch the full video below: