White House Correspondents Dinner
A look inside the comedian's revival of her "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner." It's part pep talk, part roast.
The annual fundraising gala won't feature a comedian this year, but that wasn't enough to lure the president to the event.
The comedian also had a message for President Donald Trump at Variety's Power of Women event.
The president told reporters that the dinner is "so negative" and that his rally will "be a big one."
Wolf bashed Trump for his stance on Saudi Arabia in a blistering tweet, which has now gone viral.
The president said he may come to the annual press dinner afterall since the WHCA announced Ron Chernow will be the speaker instead of a comedian.
“The media is complicit," the comedian tweeted over next year's pick for speaker at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Chernow, who penned the 2004 biography of Alexander Hamilton, was selected after this year's controversy with comedian Michelle Wolf.
The Fox News host thinks "Acosta's overwhelming bias" toes "the company line at fake news CNN."
The White House press secretary shot down the comedian's jokes.
"You are a hell of a role model for little girls everywhere who are smart and hardworking and completely evil."
The actor had some choice words for the association after it distanced itself from Michelle Wolf's performance this weekend.
"I don’t know who those people think they are."
"I wouldn't change a single word that I said," the comedian told NPR.
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