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Stars arrive for the White House correspondents' dinner
Journalists, politicians, and celebrities arrived in Washington on April 29 for the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. President Trump opted to skip the annual dinner and instead is holding a rally in Harrisburg, Pa.
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