Now that the White House Correspondents'Association (WHCA) is taking a pass on a comedian hosting-performing at next year's White House Correspondents' Dinner (WHCD), is it possible that President Donald Trump might actually attend? In a tweet that also attempted to throw shade at last year's host Michelle Wolf (The Daily Show), Trump praised the media organization[...]
Comedian and former The Daily Show correspondent Michelle Wolf is no stranger to grabbing that attention: the White House Correspondents' Dinner performer is taking to Netflix for her new series The Break with Michelle Wolf, debuting on the streaming service on Sunday, May 27. Credit: Netflix You can check out the most recent trailer and overview for Netflix's The[...]
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In fact, I think I'm going to ask friends to call me Aunt Lydia from now on! Good night and God bless." Shockingly (or not), former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was quick to call the annual event a disgrace. Tonight's #WHCD was a disgrace — Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) April 29, 2018 There was a call from the DC[...]