Impersonator and comedian John Di Domenico’s version of President Donald Trump had a special address for media who are upset that he won’t be attending the 2017 White House Correspondents’ Dinner this weekend.
The annual event put on by the White House Correspondents’ Association is expected to be quieter this year: less glitz, fewer celebrities and no POTUS.
“The not-tremendous media snowflakes are freaking out that I’m not going to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner,” Trump said in his address. “But the media loves me, so I’m willing to indulge their fantasies.”
Trump went on share a unique message for each media outlet.
“CNN, terrible people, terrible people,” he addressed the network. “Fake news.”
As for The Washington Post, “print is dead,” Trump declared. The same went for the “failing” New York Times.
NBC News got similar treatment. “Someone needs to grab them by the peacock and straighten them out,” Trump said.
At the end of the day, all media outlets obviously love Trump.
“I think they’re terrible, but they love me,” he said.
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