The comedian spoke to Newsweek ahead of the release of her new Netflix special, 'Joke Show,' to talk about the White House Correspondents' Dinner and telling jokes for everybody.
The White House Correspondents' Association promotes "excellence in journalism" to ensure "robust news coverage of the president and the presidency."
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At the last White House Correspondents' Association dinner, Michelle Wolf gave a 20-minute monologue that spared on one in the Trump administration—Trump, Ivanka, Vice-President Mike Pence and press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders all stared in Wolf's scathing act.
Comedian Michelle Wolf, who hosted last year's White House Correspondent's Association (WHCA) dinner last year, ridiculed the media organization as "cowards" after they selected author Ron Chernow for this year's event.
She'd make President Donald Trump "figure out narcissism is her least favorite sin."
Michelle Wolf responded to news that Sarah Huckabee Sanders was thrown out of a restaurant for working for the president.
"It went great and every single person loved it. Across the board."
Wolf's performance will be remembered as more consequential than Stephen Colbert's similarly iconoclastic act at the 2006 press correspondent's dinner where he excoriated President George W. Bush to his face.
Conway's boss, President Donald Trump, has been known to make disparaging comments about women's looks.
A lame monologue overshadows an important cause.
A wide swath of seemingly sophisticated fake news stories began circulating about comedian Michelle Wolf, including one alleging she was arrested for bestiality.
The rancorous debate on CNN mirrored conversations happening across cable news stations, as surrogates of the president denounced Wolf's cutting jokes but were forced to reconcile them with the president's own history of insulting opponents.
The conservative commentator claims there was a hidden subtext in the Aunt Lydia joke.
"I'm never really sure what to call Sarah Huckabee Sanders … what's Uncle Tom for white women who disappoint other white women."
Conservatives were appalled when "Daily Show" comedian Michelle Wolf roasted President Donald Trump's sex life and Sarah Huckabee Sanders's job performance.
The comedian said her solution to sexual harassment was the "Pull Out Your Dick, Get Replaced By a Chick" policy.