The White House Correspondents’ Association will hold its annual dinner on April 29 at the Washington Hilton, but after President Trump had a hard time finding talent for his inauguration – who will host the event?
Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert, Larry Wilmore, Joel McHale, Conan O’Brien and Cecily Strong are among the liberal comedians that have hosted the event in recent years. So Who will be open to hosting during Trump’s presidency?
The roast master recently told TMZ that it would be his “patriotic duty” to emcee the event, saying, “It would be the greatest show ever.”
Leno has already hosted the dinner three times but appears to be the type of comic who wouldn’t discriminate against Trump if he’s asked to host for a fourth time.
The Fox News personality and political satirist isn’t a typical comedian but Trump isn’t a typical president.
The former “Weekend Update” anchor from “SNL” has been an outspoken conservative for years.
Burr has been the king of anti-politically correct comedians for years. Although he’s not specifically pro-Trump, he says he got grief for trying to explain Trump’s appeal on “Conan.”
This comic and MC likes to take on political correctness, global warming and other liberal sacred cows.
The satirist and host of “The Dick Show” podcast takes delight in making steam pour out of liberals’ ears by denigrating women, college students and of course Hillary Clinton.
The “Tonight Show” host was mocked for playing with Trump’s hair during a friendly interview prior to Election Day. Perhaps he can get back at critics by roasting POTUS in front of the entire nation.
He’s one of the forces behind the comedy group Million Dollar Extreme; the creators says that their Adult Swim show was canceled as retribution for supporting Trump.