No, not that cartoon villain, this one:
As much as it pains me to quote a former Trump aide, this gem from a new book by Cliff Sims is impossible to overlook:
As I watched Kellyanne in operation over our time in the White House, my view of her sharpened. It became hard to look long at her without getting the sense that she was a cartoon villain brought to life. Her agenda—which was her survival over all others, including the president—became more and more transparent. Once you figured that out, everything about her seemed so calculated; every statement, even a seemingly innocuous one, seemed poll-tested by a focus group that existed inside her mind. She seemed to be perennially cloaked in an invisible fur coat, casting an all-knowing smile, as if she’d collected 98 Dalmatians with only 3 more to go.
I’d call that paragraph catty but there’s a Cruella De Vil reference so I’ll be doggone if I’ll do that