While Hasan Minhaj roast Donald Trump At The White House Correspondents’ Dinner, Samantha Bee’s ‘Not WHCD’ monologue is stealing the limelight

Nithya Nair
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While we are not over Hasan Minhaj who roasted United States of America President Donald Trump at annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, comedian Samantha Bee on “Not the White House Correspondents’ Dinner” took digs at both media and the President. Bee took jibes at the President for his unsmooth relationship with the fourth estate. Some of her peers Kumail Nanjiani, Retta, Patton Oswalt, Cameron Esposito, Billy Eichner also three hilarious one-liners at Trump’s administration, not to forget his completion of 100 days in office.

Poking fun at the President’s relation to the media she said she said Trump “has tweeted more about ‘Fox and Friends’ since being elected than he’s tweeted about Tiffany.” Then pointing her funny arrows while addressing journalists, Bee said that “as much as I love poking at the media, I know your job has never been harder: You basically get paid to stand in a cage while a geriatric orangutan gets to scream at you — it’s like a reverse zoo.”

Comedian Hasan Minhaj was in the news all day for roasting Trump at White House Correspondents’ Dinner. He started by saying, “Only in America, can a first generation Indian-American Muslim kid, get on this stage, and make fun of the President.” Hasan also made fun of Trump’s habit of tweeting at three in the morning and playing golf. Indian-American comedian Hasan Minhaj roasts President Donald Trump at White House Correspondents’ Dinner

White House Correspondents’ Association President Jeff Mason addressing the people said, “We are here to celebrate the press, not the presidency. We are not fake news… we are not the enemy of the American people.” The remarks were seen as a response to Trump’s earlier attacks on the US media, in which he termed multiple media organisations as “the enemy of the American people” and also accused them of producing “fake news”.