Towson Professor Emerita To Be Honored At White House Correspondents' Dinner

"A large group of Hollywood actors and Washington media are consoling each other in a Washington ballroom right now", President Donald Trump said at a rally a year ago.

Trump snubbed the annual celebration of the White House press corps past year, the first time a president skipped the Washington tradition since 1981 when Reagan was recovering from an assassination attempt.

The concerns over protests began as soon as Trump was elected and reached into Parliament, where some members argued against an invitation to the American president.

Trump autographed caps and commemorative passes worn by the children before taking them into the Oval Office.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders took questions from the children of White House journalists for a mock press briefing during Thursday's "Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day" events.

Then, turning to the students posed on the stairs, he quipped, "See if you can hurry up and replace them".

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The latest order, they said, was infected by the same flaws as the previous ones. "They embraced them", Katyal argued. The administration has since removed Chad from the list, citing its improvement of its vetting programs.

"They want to be reporters, can you believe it?"

"I agree. Come on, let's go", Trump said.

Sanders also got questions about Ronny Jackson's decision to withdraw from consideration as Veterans Affairs secretary, and why Trump fired ex-FBI Director James Comey.

"Man, this is a tough crowd", she reportedly said. And she said his favorite candy is pink and red Starbursts. Sanders went on to explain why the USA bombed Syria on April 13 because "the president wanted to make sure some people in the world that weren't being very nice to other people and did some really bad stuff that we made sure they knew that wasn't okay".

"After President Trump makes America great again, what job will there be for future presidents?" While speaking with reporters, Trump told the media,"Honestly, the children ask me better questions, if you want to know the truth".

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