President Trump stayed far away from the disaster of a White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday evening (another brilliant chess move on his part). He wasn’t afraid to join the rest of the country the next day in an almost bi-partisan show of disgust at the vile and classless jokes spewed at the event.
After his uber-successful rally in Michigan last night, Trump tweeted a message to the thousands of people at the rally and the many more who couldn’t get in. He vowed to them he would return.
“Great evening last night in Washington, Michigan. The enthusiasm, knowledge and love in that room was unreal. To the many thousands of people who couldn’t get in, I cherish you….and will be back!”
But his next tweet would slam the dinner and the classless comedian Michelle Wolf who trashed Sarah Huckabee Sanders last night in Washington D.C..
“While Washington, Michigan, was a big success, Washington, D.C., just didn’t work. Everyone is talking about the fact that the White House Correspondents Dinner was a very big, boring bust…the so-called comedian really “bombed.”
@greggutfeld should host next year! @PeteHegseth”
Fox and Friends’ Pete Hegseth and Ari Fleischer suggested on-air that POTUS and his administration make it a tradition to avoid future dinners … unless of course, Greg Gutfield was hosting it.
President Trump seemed to agree wholeheartedly with their suggestion.