Biden to attend a White House reporters’ dinner

WASHINGTON ( Associated Press) – President Joe Biden plans to attend the White House Reporters’ Annual Dinner, the first time since Barack Obama attended the presidency in 2016.

The company said on Twitter that Beiden and First Lady Jill Biden were delighted to host the first amendment dinner on April 30.

Donald Trump chose to skip the event during his presidency, which was canceled due to the Corona virus outbreak in 2020 and last year.

Trevor Noah, the host of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show”, is entertaining the show. A.D. In 2018, Michel Wolf’s bite, after-dinner jokes, made headlines even in the absence of Trump.

Earlier this month, after a dinner at the Gridero Club in Washington, some participants, including cabinet members, other administration officials and members of Congress, tested positive for COVID-19 in the capital.

The capacity for the upcoming dinner is over 2,600 and the event is fully booked.

White House Correspondent Coordinator Ashish Jaha suggested that the reporters’ dinner be moved forward this weekend. “We are in the midst of this epidemic,” he told Fox News Sunday.

“I don’t think such events should be canceled,” she said. I think, if people make good defenses, they make it much safer, make sure people are vaccinated, make sure you get tested, and improve ventilation.

The association wants everyone present at the dinner party to be fully vaccinated, as described at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and to have a negative CV-19 test done earlier in the day.

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