Politcal Satire

From The New Yorker: How Michelle Wolf Blasted Open the Fictions of Journalism in the Age of Trump

From The New Yorker: How Michelle Wolf Blasted Open the Fictions of Journalism in the Age of Trump

          On Saturday, the comedian Michelle Wolf, performing at the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, delivered the most consequential monologue so far of the Donald Trump era. Some of the attendees claimed to have walked out of the dinner in protest during the performance; others, like the President’s press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, have been lauded for remaining stoically in place in the face of scathing humor.