DeSantis states he wasn’t at the event and doesn’t have any plans to watch or attend the White House Correspondents Dinner at any point in the future.
“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah decided to poke fun at the service's demise during the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, which he was emceeing.
“I always felt MSNBC would be the perfect fit for this unique series,” executive producer Noah said in a statement
The correspondent said he’s “shocked” by the number of selfie requests he acquired at the Conservative Political Action Conference earlier this year.
Noah wished that the Emmys would ban him for a decade to avoid dressing up and getting defeated by fellow night host John Oliver.
Lydic attempted to explain Fox News' coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
In Ottawa, Canadian anti-vaxxers have been protesting Covid-19 vaccine mandates placed last month, pushing supply-chain troubles and shutting down roads.
Noah did his best to let everyone know that the interview consisted more than that quote used in the headline.
The annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner plans to return this year after a two-year hiatus due to Covid-19 and will occur on Saturday, April 30.
“The Daily Show” host was reacting to Rogan’s statements that were made in the fourth hour of his show on Tuesday regarding race and color.