She went on to liken the advisor to a crazy role in a television show or film.
"If you got a script as an actor and that script came to you. Your agent calls you, 'You've been offered this part. One of the most important women in the government right now. She's a counsel to the president. She's a spokesperson.' And then you pick up the … you read it, and you think, 'They've got to be kidding!" she joked.
"Here you've got a scene where you talk about alternative facts. You've got a scene where you, like, you know, imagine that, like, the microwave is turning into a camera," she continued, making the audience roar with laughter. "I mean, you go to the inauguration dressed as a nutcracker? It's like, you can just see that conversation. Are you kidding me, nobody's going to take this character seriously, she's a joke!"