Viewers brave enough to watch journalists eat have several choices for viewing the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner tonight.
Although President Trump won’t be there for the second year in a row – he’ll be his own rally in Washington, Michigan, a friendlier environment – there is dinner emcee and Daily Show contributor Michelle Wolf, who was also a writer on NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers. She will keep the plates spinning and the caustic comedy flying at the event, which is part awards and scholarship dinner, part speech/roast on politicos. The event starts at 7:30 PM/ET in Washington, DC.
CNN and MSNBC will start coverage at 7 PM ET, covering live from the red carpet, with mobile and online options available. Fox News will also show portions of the event. The channels will also cover Trump’s Michigan rally, which starts at 7 PM ET.
C-SPAN begins its coverage at 9:30 PM ET, and will have the feed on its TV channel, website and radio app.
The Washington Post, which has been under fire from President Trump, will also have a live feed of the event. Canada’s Global News also will live-stream via YouTube.