Michelle Wolf (@michelleisawolf) is this year’s entertainer at the White House correspondents’ dinner. pic.twitter.com/xoAxCBig0u — Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) February 22, 2018 I will not be the only person to have read this as Michael Wolff. I think I'm actually disappointed now. — Old Rant Dump (@TrumpinTheShark) February 22, 2018 After all, as reported in Fire […]
It’s like prom for beer nerds Local beer geeks: It’s time to ditch the brewery t-shirts and play dress-up for Nuit Belge, now in its third year, at Generations Hall on March 9. The upscale tasting event, which inspires all sorts of elegant...Show More Summary
If the White House Correspondent's Dinner is "nerd prom" then the State of the Union is absolutely "nerd homecoming." The post Political Sideshow: It’s State of the Union Time Which Means the Circus Is in Town appeared first on RedState.
As I write this, the Annual Nerd Prom is underway. This year the San Diego Comic-Con seems to be a little more relaxed and a little more joyous. There’s an upbeat mood and every attendee I’ve spoken with is just thrilled to be here. Exhibitors and the professionals tend to be a little more world-weary. […]
Brian Kilmeade starts off this Fox & Friends segment with a split screen of Trump talking to "real Americans" while the elite Washington press attends their nerd prom. He speaks with Democratic strategist Richard Fowler, who just won't cooperate with the Fox narrative: KILMEADE: A tale of two Americans. Show More Summary
Like a good number of folks who’ve worked in journalism over the years, for me, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein continue to be heroes. Genuinely authentic heroes. I know it sounds corny. But it’s true. Or, as Bernstein said on Saturday...Show More Summary
After years in which it became a forum for celebrity sightings, the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner took a sober turn Saturday. The annual Washington event, sometimes mocked as “nerd prom,” did not feature a guest appearance from the President—the first time in 36 years that had happened—choosing instead to hold a rally in…
Remember way back in 2016, when the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner was synonymous with the obnoxious selfies jamming your social media feeds? Yeah, the 2017 dinner (and its surrounding weekend), a century-old industry affair that somehow got glitzy and then in one election cycle lost nearly all of its sheen, is definitely not that. Yes, […]
Late-night TV star Samantha Bee was pulling in celebrities for the first "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner" on Saturday. Continue reading ? The post In Trump’s absence, ‘nerd prom’ challenged by Samantha Bee’s bash appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The Latest on the White House Correspondents' Association dinner and the competing event organized by late-night TV star Samantha Bee (all times EDT): 11:25 a.m. Washington's most glitzy "nerd prom" … Click to Continue »
The White House Correspondents' Dinner is almost here! However, don't expect to see Donald Trump at the celebrated Washington D.C. event as he previously announced that he won't be attending this year's "Nerd Prom." And while the Trumpster is the first Commander-In-Chief to skip the WHCD in 36 years, his absence is secretly a blessing in [...]
Life's a parade The post President Trump will be competing with Nerd Prom in his favorite way appeared first on Hot Air.
Daily Show correspondent Hasan Minhaj will perform at the White House Correspondents' Association dinner this month, cracking jokes about the president and the media for the black-tie-clad "nerd prom" at the Washington Hilton. Association...Show More Summary
The 2017 White House Correspondents Dinner might not feature the sitting president of the United States, his staffers or even some of the celebrity weirdness that makes the media dub the annual banquet “nerd prom,” but it’ll still feature a keynote address from a comedian. And one who’s Muslim-American, at that. Hasan Minhaj, correspondent for […]
This year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner is shaping up to be all nerd and no prom, with President Trump and his White House aides snubbing the annual tradition and many Hollywood celebs none too eager to party in Trump’s Washington. Another change is a curtailed party circuit surrounding the April 29 dinner at the […]
What’s worse than a bunch of journalists and celebrities griping or falling on their fainting couches over whether they could attend a function President Trump would also be attending? Those same people complaining that the president won’t be there. Show More Summary
Celebrities are usually media types' guests of choice for the so-called "nerd prom."
Sean Spicer makes changes to reduce the power of the traditional White House gatekeeper press and increase outsider access; Trump disses nerd prom.
President Trump announced on Twitter that he will not be attending the annual White House Correspondents’ dinner held in April, which is called “nerd prom” by attendees and the media. I will not be attending the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening! — President Trump […]