White House Correspondents Dinner

Trevor Noah, the Comedy Central show's former host, spoke at the 2022 event.
The "Billy on the Street" host acknowledged the significance of the moment with a nod to his father: "Nothing would’ve made him happier than this."
The two hit the red carpet together for the first time at the annual event in Washington, D.C.
But he vowed not to roast the GOP. "There’s nothing ... that Kevin McCarthy hasn’t already put on tape,” he quipped.
The White House press corps is ready to party like it's 2019.
Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” is serving as the event's entertainer.
Donald Trump brought the "Betrayal" author into the Oval Office and things took a "rather bizarre" turn.
Seats for a news briefing were moved closer together as reporters served as a "prop" for an employment statement by Donald Trump, who refused to take questions.
“We do not take this action lightly. This is a matter of public safety," the White House Correspondents Association said of removing the far-right network.
Kenan Thompson and Hasan Minhaj will be cracking jokes at the annual media shindig, welcoming the return of its traditional comic format.