US PRESIDENT Donald Trump Sunday ripped the annual White House Correspondents Dinner, calling it a "boring bust" and nominated his Michigan rally, which was held on Saturday night, a "big success."  "While Washington, Michigan, was a big success, Washington, DC, it just did not work," Mr. Trump tweeted on Sunday morning. "Everyone talks that the White House correspondents dinner was a very big boring bust … the so-called comedian really" bombed. "@greggutfeld should be hosted next year! @PeteHegseth."
For the second consecutive year, Mr Trump about the annual Washington dinner traditionally held for journalists, politicians and memorabilia – possibly because, at this event, like this, he would be the target of jokes of the host, as presidents.
"It's 2018 and I'm a woman so you can not shut me up unless you have Michael Cohen me $ 130,000," crashed host comedian Michelle Wolf.
According to Fox News Wolf, who was afternoon entertainment for the White House press corps and their guests, was surprisingly racy for the room. After a crass joke pulled into Washington Hilton Ballroom, she laughed and said, "Yes, should do more research before you made me do this."
Like last year he flew Mr. Trump to a Republican friendly district for rally supporters on the same night as dinner. In Washington Township, Michigan, the President assured his audience that he would rather be there than in the other city with that name.
"Is it better than the fake Washington White House Correspondents? Dinner? Is it more fun?" Asked Trump, sparkling bowl.
"I could be up there tonight smiling as I love where they hit you shot after shot. These people they hate your maturity … and you're gonna smile. If you do not smile, they say, "He was terrible, he could not take it." And if you smile, they will say, "What did he smile about?" "
Wolf's action had some in the audience laugh and left others in stony silence. A blurry criticism of the press secretary Sarah Sanders, who just left feet, spotting everything from her truth to her appearance and southern roots.
Unlike Last year, when Trump aides also refused to attend, Trump White House had its quota, including counsel for President Kellyanne Conway and Trade Minister Wilbur Ross. Former administration officials were at hand, such as one-time secretary Sean Spicer, ex-chief executive Reince Priebus, former CFO Gary Cohn and Political Assistant Omarosa Manigault-Newman.
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