Donald Trump (C) and his wife Melania (R) arrive for pre-parties before the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington April 30, 2011

Donald Trump (C) and his wife Melania (R) arrive for pre-parties before the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington April 30, 2011

“Whether Trump would appear at the dinner had been an open question: The president has blasted the news media as the “opposition party” and on Friday delivered his most slashing broadside yet, telling the Conservative Political Action Conference that major news outlets were “the enemy of the people.” Later, his press secretary barred journalists from CNN, The New York Times and other organizations from a briefing at the White House.”

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Donald Trump is over the way Left-wing Globalist media are treating him, attacking him and putting out distortions, or even made up news (Fake News) on a daily basis so he’s decided to boycott the White House correspondents dinner, and last Friday he shut New York Times, CNN, Washington Post and other major Left-wing biased media out of the White House daily press briefing.

The Donald is trying to teach the Left-wing Globalist media some lessons.

Firstly, that the Office of the President is to be treated with respect.

Secondly, Donald Trump is too busy and serious about what he’s doing to waste his time with dishonest media and pissants who are just trying to trip him up, slander him, or worse, get him impeached.

Thirdly, Donald Trump is a proud alpha-male who wants to do a very important job for America and the people who voted him him, and doesn’t give a toss about the errant elements of the media and Hollywood airhead celebrities like Cher, Meryl Streep and fat-man Alec Baldwin, who attack him daily.

Donald Trump is sure to get bagged, mocked and slandered at the Oscars on in Hollywood today. This will confirm to him that he is right to attack the Left-wing Globalist media.

Donald Trump is supportive of the Freedom of Speech Second Amendment but he wants to be treated with respect, and fairly and honestly. This has not happened to date, despite meetings with the New York Times when he became President to try to sort things out.

The New York Times has kept right on attacking Donald Trump unfairly, distorting news daily and even making up news (Fake News) from unverified sources. So Donald Trump is over them, big-time.

New York Times and other smart-alec media will pay the price by being shut out of the White House. It serves them right.

Australia’s Sydney Morning Herald, who are one of the worst Left-wing biased attack dogs against Donald Trump, were also shut out of the White House Press briefing on Friday.

The Sydney Morning Herald, and particularly the bitter biased bigoted Sydney Morning Herald Washington correspondent Paul McGeough are to blame for this.

Bad luck Paul McGeough. You’re out on your ear in Washington because you are too smart by half.

Paul McGeough, how are you going to be Washington correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald if you’re shut out of the White House Press briefings? You’ll have to get your information from Fox News and other media who can attend Washington events, who are being fair and reasonable with Donald Trump.

Maybe the Sydney Morning Herald should sack Paul McGeough and appoint a Washington correspondent who isn’t a slavish biased Clinton type-Leftwing stooge.

Paul McGeough. Left-wing Clinton type attack dog. getting shut out of Washington for being a biased emotional blinded bigot. Doesn't know what impartial rational journalism looks like. Doomed to fail. Should be sacked.

Paul McGeough Sydney Morning Herald Washington correspondent. Leftwing Clinton-type biased bigoted attack dog against Donald Trump. Getting shut out of Washington for being a biased emotional blinded Left-wing bigot. Doesn’t know what impartial rational informed balanced fair journalism looks like. Doomed to fail. Should be replaced or sacked as soon as possible.

Boston.com

Donald Trump plans to skip White House correspondents’ dinner

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM New York Times News Service, February 25, 2017

“Capping a week of extraordinary hostility toward the news media, President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he would not attend this year’s charity dinner of the White House Correspondents’ Association, scheduled for April 29, a Washington tradition symbolizing comity between the president and the press.

Whether Trump would appear at the dinner had been an open question: The president has blasted the news media as the “opposition party” and on Friday delivered his most slashing broadside yet, telling the Conservative Political Action Conference that major news outlets were “the enemy of the people.” Later, his press secretary barred journalists from CNN, The New York Times and other organizations from a briefing at the White House.

The level of tension seemed incongruous with a black-tie event that is typically a jocular, if occasionally sharp-edged evening. The dinner, which has attracted A-list celebrities in recent years, features a presidential roast of reporters and a comic routine by a notable entertainer. Presidents are expected to be self-deprecating, which Trump is decidedly not.

The event may also evoke dark memories for Trump, who was brutally mocked at the 2011 dinner by President Barack Obama and the late-night host Seth Meyers, both of whom skewered the real estate developer for his seemingly far-fetched political aspirations. Cameras captured Trump in the audience, stone-faced.

Still, a White House official said this month that Trump planned to continue the tradition of the dinner, which raises money for scholarships.

The Correspondents’ Association, in a measured statement on Saturday, said that it “takes note” of the president’s decision. Jeff Mason, its president, wrote that the dinner “has been and will continue to be a celebration of the First Amendment and the important role played by an independent news media in a healthy republic.”

Mr. Mason said on CNN that one of the last times a president did not attend the dinner was in 1981, as it was shortly after the March 30 attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan. Mr. Reagan telephoned from his hospital room.

This year’s dinner was already shaping up as an outlier. Vanity Fair decided not to hold its traditional after-party, considered the high-water event of the Washington social calendar. Its co-sponsor, Bloomberg L.P., bowed out on Friday, citing a lack of interest. The New Yorker also canceled an event.

Minutes after Mr. Trump tweeted his intention to stay home, suggestions were popping up on social media on who might attend in his stead.

“Let @AlecBaldwin play @POTUS at the dinner,” tweeted April D. Ryan, a White House correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks, referring to the actor who appears on “Saturday Night Live” impersonating Mr. Trump. “Now that could work.””