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Trump tells the media that he's skipping their 'boring' dinner for a rally, and Brian Stelter immediately validates his decision

For the third consecutive year, President Donald Trump is going to skip the annual gathering of D.C. press also known as the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, which is scheduled to take place on April 27th.


He says it has become too boring and too negative.

Instead of the dinner, the president is going to hold a rally.

Seriously, though, can any of those reporters (many of whom have needlessly attacked him over the past two years) blame him?

Oh, wait.


Now, who could’ve predicted that?

One thing that is clearly observable about Trump is that he is much more at home mingling with his constituents than he is mingling with the Washington press corps.

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