Kellyanne Conway Attends 'Heroes and Villains' Costume Party as Supergirl, Trump Goes as Himself

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President-elect Donald Trump surprised revelers at a "Heroes and Villains" costume party in New York Saturday, but was his costume choice — or lack thereof — intentional?

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The real estate mogul dressed up as himself as he arrived at the Long Island mansion of Rebekah Mercer, a Republican donor who ran a pro-Trump Super PAC.

Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway also attended the event in a Supergirl costume.

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Conway posted a photo of herself with the president-elect on Twitter with the caption: “Honoring the ultimate hero at the Mercer "Heroes and Villians(sic)" party on Long Island. Crowd thrilled w/ surprise!”

Following the event, Trump returned to Manhattan where he tweeted his contempt for Saturday Night Live’s portrayal of him.

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