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The White House correspondents’ dinner is on Saturday night, and even though it’s the last one of the Obama administration, you can expect much the same routine: Red carpet, dinner and the much-anticipated comedy routines from the president and an actual comedian. (This year, it’s Comedy Central “Nightly Show” host Larry Wilmore.) As usual, it’s much more […]
OH, GOD, THEY’RE GOING TO START YAMMERING ABOUT “NERD PROM” AGAIN: Best White House Correspondents Dinner Party Is At The Renwick, Roll Call Readers Say. Reminder: Reporters aren’t smart enough to be nerds, and this isn’t a prom.
The president’s unique approach to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner will surely be missed.
A 7-year-old piano prodigy was the first African American to perform at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Tonight, he returns at 77 to meet the first black president.
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With less than 9 months left in his second term, President Barack Obama doesnt give a fuck anymore. At least thats the message comedian Larry Wilmore has been broadcasting for the past year.
Celebrities pop up in the darndest places in Washington during White House Correspondents’ Dinner weekend. Today, for instance, former West Wing star Allison Janney made a surprise appearance at Friday’s White House press briefing, announcing that Press Secretary Josh Earnest “is out today. Show More Summary
Doing his umpteenth interview this week about hosting President Obama’s final White House Correspondents Dinner tomorrow night, Larry Wilmore seemed finally to toss the script, telling CNN’s Jake Tapper, “I know [former WHCD host] Jimmy...Show More Summary
President Obama is Comedian-in-Chief at this weekend's White House Correspondents' Dinner. Amazingly, we were able to score what might be an advance copy of his remarks. THE PRESIDENT: Good evening, everybody. Well, its election season again, or, as we call it in Washington, always. Donald Trump is doing pretty well. Show More Summary
With the White House Correspondents’ Dinner coming tomorrow night, things are starting to get zany in Washington, DC. First came the list of confirmed celebrity guests for the affair, which mashed up everyone from Fox News tagalong Jeff Goldblum to the Christian Broadcasting Network’s recruit Candace Cameron Bure and USA Today’s guest Kendall Jenner. Show More Summary
President Obama won’t be the only president at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. The cast of ABC’s political drama “Scandal” is among the crew of celebrities who will grace the halls of the Washington Hilton Saturday night. It’s a repeat visit for many of the “Scandal” stars, and at a panel discussion Thursday night […]
Weekend of April 30-May 1, 2016| Larry Wilmore hosts the 2016 White House Correspondents Dinner.
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CJ Cregg, the White House press secretary for the fictional Jed Bartlet presidential administration, surprised the real life White House press corps on Friday by taking the podium at the start of the daily briefing.
Arrivals at the event's red carpet begins at 5:30 p.m. ET, with the actual dinner beginning at 7:30 p.m. Wilmore -- and then of course, President Obama himself -- are expected to begin around 9:45 p.m.
It’s one of Washington’s goofier rituals: Each year, the president makes an appearance at the White House Correspondents Association dinner and tells jokes. The jokes tend to be topical: about the state of the presidency, things in the news, even re-election attempts. But that makes them a great time capsule of what was going on…
The journalists at CBS This Morning on Friday were positively wistful as they prepared for Barack Obama’s final appearance at the White House Correspondents Dinner, Saturday night. A network graphic cheered the President “leaving with a laugh.” Gayle King introduced, “They call it the nerd prom. This will be the Obamas's last appearance there as President and First Lady.”