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President Donald Trump skipped his first White House Correspondents’ Dinner while in office, passing up an opportunity to give a speech that has traditionally been very lighthearted. Can we expect his speeches to make a foray into funny territory?
And with almost every late night host veering heavily into political commentary, when does the message start to overshadow the punchline?
We’ll get a look at the difficult art of writing jokes that are both political and funny, and we’ll hear from the man behind this speech:
- David Litt Head writer and producer, Funny or Die DC; author, "Thanks, Obama"
- Libby Casey On-air reporter and anchor, The Washington Post
- Brad Jenkins Producer and managing director, Funny or Die DC
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