This Saturday was the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, an event put on and attended by the journalists who cover the president.
The president typically attends the event, but Trump has skipped the last three. This year, Trump barred members of his administration from attending as well.
After comedian Michelle Wolf sparked controversy with her monologue at the dinner last year, the association opted this year to have a non-comedian deliver the main speech. Pulitzer Prize winner and historian Ron Chernow, who wrote the biography of Alexander Hamilton which inspired the Broadway musical, delivered the keynote address.
While the event was taking place in Washington, President Trump was at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Food For Thought
Was this year’s White House Correspondents' Dinner a success? What were the highs and lows of the event?