The highlight of the 98th Annual White House Correspondents Dinner was the fake Super PAC Obama did about Romney and dogs.
The dinner, known as the “Nerd Prom,” and first used to boost communication between the president and the press, raises money for journalism scholarships. There was no limit to the famous faces at the table.
All eyes were on Obama, however, as he poked fun at the Secret Service Scandal, the general election, himself, and the political ad campaign done by Newt Gringrich about how Romney admitted he had put a family dog in a cage and perched it on top of his car.
After Obama, who also joked about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, was followed up by the comedian Jimmy Kimmel, star of ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.
There was a break from the humor to memorialize Anthony Shadid of The New York Times and Marie Colvin of the Times of London, both who died covering the conflict in Syria.
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