Amid the jokes in “Daily Show” comic Hasan Minhaj’s performance at Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner — which took aim at the absent President Trump as well as some of the media folks filling the seats in the ballroom of the Washington Hilton — there was a funny moment. Odd, that is, not […]
Snyder is more than two decades the junior of the popular conservative commentator.
Leave it to the billionaire businessman to leave one exclusive party for an even more VIP affair.
President Trump wasn't there to roast in person at the White House correspondents' dinner.
Without President Trump or anyone from the administration in attendance, the normally celebrity-filled event is more subdued and Samantha Bee is hosting her own event.
While there was no compelling “split screen” effect,” cable pundits backfilled with plenty of analysis of the contrast.
Yes, there are still plenty of parties happening this weekend, but instead of gift bags and humble brags, now you get a lecture.
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The “Dancing With the Stars” contestant urged kids — who had accompanied their parents to work for the day — not to drink.