US President Barack Obama appeared in funny and charming way on his last dinner with the journalists and its cast that were covering the white house. His last speech at the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner on Saturday night was, like his preceding years, crammed with jokes. The Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was fiercely ridiculed.
Targets covered the media, the 2016 presidential candidates, and exclusively Donald Trump. Taking a dig at the Trump he said, “Republican says that Trump doesn’t have the necessary experience of foreign policies that a president requires. But in reality, he has met many world leaders, whether it is Miss Sweden, Miss Argentina or Miss Azerbaijan."
Absence of Donald Trump
“I am a little surprised that he’s not here tonight. White House had sent the invitation the Trump.. However the room is full of reporters, celebrities, cameras, and he says no. Is this dinner too tawdry for The Donald? What could he probably be doing instead? Is he at home, eating a Trump Steak, or twittering out insults to Angela Merkel?”
Called Hillary “ Aunty Hillary”
“Next year at this time, someone else will be standing in this very spot, and it’s anyone guess who she will be.” Obama scoffed, “Hillary trying to plea to young voters is a slightly like your relative who just signed up for Facebook. ‘Dear America, did you get my poke? Is it appearing on your wall? I’m not sure I’m using this right. Love, Aunt Hillary’.”
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra also attended the dinner. Priyanka tweet about his meeting with Obamas was like,"it was a great meeting with very funny, charming and handsome Barack Obama and with the beautiful First Lady. Thank you.' At the event held at the White House well known journalists, artists, politicians including dignitaries joined. White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner was hosted by famous comedian Larry Wilmore.
Indian journalist got prestigious award
US President Barack Obama during dinner, honored an American journalist of Indian origin named Neela Banerjee. Washington DC’s journalist Neela is a correspondent in Inside Climate News. Earlier she was an energetic and ev\environmental correspondent in Washington Bureau. She has covered global energy, the Iraq war and other topics with The NewYork Times
Making fun of himself
As has been his habit, Obama made fun of himself. He joked about his age – and the common troubles that distress men over 50 – suggesting that he felt far older than he did when he became president.