Oh no! Time and People magazine aren’t planning to have a party where they sit around and pat themselves on the back the night before the White House Correspondent’s Dinner?
WHATEVER WILL WE DO?!
Time and People magazine will not hold their glitzy party the night before the White House Correspondents' Dinner https://t.co/Q6DM1OlJo0 pic.twitter.com/PBMToAQSY1
— POLITICO (@politico) March 21, 2017
Respectfully, no one cares. https://t.co/rJ4f5zzRMy
— SalenaZito (@SalenaZito) March 21, 2017
Oh yeah, that.
No one cares.
And bless Salena Zito for being respectful but honestly we’re pretty sure no one gives even one damn about this party being canceled.
In fact most folks likely didn’t even know they had a big party. We didn’t.
The move follows several other high profile parties being canceled for the annual event, during which the Washington media, politicians, and often celebrities gather to celebrate journalism awards, scholarships and normally to toast the president. President Donald Trump has announced he will not attend the dinner, the first time a sitting president has skipped the dinner in decades.
@politico Thanks for letting us know. Most Americans, I am sure have been fretting over what People magazine would do. Now we can relax
— John Tate (@JohnTateVA) March 21, 2017
It keeps us up at night. Totally.
@politico great .. this is breaking news folks
— Bruce Heaton (@bheaton71) March 21, 2017
Dude, this is important stuff.
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