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Can't Take A Joke? Trump Admin Demands All Staff Boycott WH Correspondents Dinner

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Can't Take A Joke? Trump Admin Demands All Staff Boycott WH Correspondents Dinner

Can't Take A Joke? Trump Admin Demands All Staff Boycott WH Correspondents Dinner

The White House is ordering all staff to boycott the 2019 annual White House Correspondents Dinner on April 27th.

According to Business Insider, the move comes as President Donald Trump escalates his jabs at the media.

For the third year in a row, Trump himself will be forgoing the dinner.

Instead, he'll be holding a political rally in Wisconsin.

A senior administration said White House Cabinet Secretary Bill McGinley instructed staffers on Tuesday to boycott this year's dinner.

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