White House Correspondents’ Association Nixes April 25 Date For Annual DinnerBreaking News
The White House Correspondents’ Association has canceled its April 25 annual dinner because of the coronavirus crisis.
The organization indicated that it would be looking to hold the event at a different date.
“The White House Correspondents’ Association regrets to announce that it is unable to go ahead with its 2020 dinner on April 25,” the organization said. “We will get back to you soon with our alternative date. Thanks for your support.”
The event, the annual gathering of thousands of media and political figures, was to have featured Kenan Thompson and Hasan Minaj, in a returned to featured entertainment after last year’s event was headlined by historian Ron Chernow.
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