Trump Jabs At Failed Comedian Who Attacked Sarah Sanders

Last year The White House Correspondents Dinner proved to be beyond nasty. This was all thanks to Michelle Wolf who put on a show that was both vulgar and tasteless. She was mean-spirited and verbally assaulted her audience as opposed to making them laugh. Trump wisely dodged the event and instead did a rally in Michigan. So this year they decided to put on a more tasteful event and invited biographer Ron Chernow.

Trump tweeted about the improvement on Twitter.

“So-called comedian Michelle Wolf bombed so badly last year at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner that this year, for the first time in decades, they will have an author instead of a comedian. Good first step in comeback of a dying evening and tradition! Maybe I will go?”

Wolf did not take this sitting down as she had already called the event without a comedian cowardly and claimed to be proud of herself. She responded on Twitter with her usual vile nature.

“I bet you’d be on my side if I had killed a journalist.

Wolf was referencing the Jamal Khashoggi murder controversy. She like many that follow the MSM, fail to fully grasp the situation. But what can you expect from a comedian that fails to understand that her job is to make people laugh…
Wolf is known for her attacks on Sarah Sanders and failed attempts at producing laughter.
“I actually really like Sarah. I think she’s very resourceful,” said Wolf. “But she burns facts and then she uses that ash to create a perfect smokey eye. Like maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s lies. It’s probably lies. And I’m never really sure what to call Sarah Huckabee Sanders, you know? Is it Sarah Sanders, is it Sarah Huckabee Sanders, is it Cousin Huckabee, is it Auntie Huckabee Sanders? What’s Uncle Tom but for white women who disappoint other white women? Oh, I know. Ann Coulter.”
She was widely criticized for her performance as she should be. And as you can see from her tweet still retains that horrid sense of humor. She ruined an event and gave everyone a new benchmark for how bad an event could be.