Can Comedy Recover From Michelle Wolf’s White House Debacle?
The reviews are in, and they’re ugly. Comedienne Michelle Wolf’s performance at Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner drew scorn from both sides of the aisle. Conservatives were understandably aghast at Wolf’s vicious brand of humor.
Sorry, Liberal Media, But You Own Michelle Wolf
Michelle Wolf is not the first so-called comic to maliciously insult conservatives and Republicans at a White House Correspondents' Association dinner, but she was intentionally mean-spirited, and even after the blowback, she's unrepentant. Members of the liberal mainstream media have expressed disapproval over some of Wolf's comments, saying she went too far. But I'm not buying it. This is…
The Vulgar Goes Mainstream
'The View' Unanimously Defends Michelle Wolf Mockery of Trump Aides
The ladies of ABC's The View unanimously defended liberal comedian Michelle Wolf's White House Correspondents Dinner routine on Monday. Whoopi Goldberg said there was a "brutal backlash" and calls for an end to the dinner. Joy Behar said "We were laughing our heads off here." Sunny Hostin attended the dinner with her old CNN pals. "DonLemon and I cackled during a lot of it."
Celebs, Media Defend Wolf’s Insults Targeting Trump Administration
Comedienne Michelle Wolf is a hero, according to media and Hollywood figures who are racing to defend her recent outrageous statements, regardless of how the rest of America reacts.
WashPost Editor Hails Michelle Wolf's White House Performance
CNN Tries to Defend Wolf; Trump ‘Goes Over the Line All the Time’
NBC Excuses Offensive WHCD: ‘The President Has Said Much Worse'
In an attempt to rationalize the crude and offensive performance by comedian Michelle Wolf at Saturday’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner, on Monday, co-host Savannah Guthrie led off NBC’s Today show by noting that “the performer’s defenders say the President has said much worse.”
Former WHCA Pres. Ed Henry Condemns Vile Comedy at Media Dinner
In the wake of the vile “comedy” performance at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, we’ve seen a future president of the association denounce the act and the current president refusing to say the act “crossed a line.” And while the current White House Correspondents’ Association president was refusing to say what so many journalists were, former WHCA President Ed Henry was on Fox News…
Jon Karl Denounces ‘Mean-Spirited’ Jokes About Press Sec at WHCD
White House Correspondents’ Dinner Host Dares Trump to Show Up
Trump Skips White House Correspondents' Beating Again, WashPost Crabby
The Washington Post gossips are unhappy that Trump’s second straight rejection of the White House Correspondents dinner is taking all the “buzz” out of the event.