White House Correspondents Dinner

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.
It’s a return to the traditional comic format of the annual event.
A look inside the comedian's revival of her "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner." It's part pep talk, part roast.
Take a look back at some of the funniest moments from White House Correspondents’ Dinners of the past:
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.