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CSPAN
May 4, 2014 2:00am EDT
captain america, or as he is a known in china, captain who owes us $1.1 trillion. [laughter] a lot of celebrities here tonight. the ones who do not look like ghouls. [laughter] look around. the cast of "veep." a series about what would happen if a seinfeld star actually landed on another good show. [laughter] i like "the new adventures of old christine" i swear. the folks from "duck dynasty" had a very challenging year. the grandfather on that show made homophobic and racist remarks. but people are overlooking another issue -- he really hates ducks. [laughter] "house of cards" has had great impact on washington. what a great show. i have not seen a tour de force -- a southern senator give a tour de force performance like that since lindsey graham played blanche dubois in "a streetcar named desire." if you are here now, you can drop character anytime, man. oh, my. i am not going to spoil the shocking twist on "house of cards." just know that it was so surprising that nancy pelosi's face almost changed expression. did you like that one, nancy? i cannot tell. [laughter] i would like t
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 5:30am EDT
of china. the white house correspondents association supports a student at the mcdill school of journalism with a $5,000 gift for a postgraduate student in the government and journalism -- track. that goes to brian to santos from northwestern university. the white house correspondents association supports a student at the university of california at earthly to a $5,000 gift towards a postgraduate degree for a student in the government and public affairs supporting track. chase. jennifer i'm sorry if i am messing your name up. of sacramento, california. [applause] the university of california at berkeley. on the university -- next, the university of maryland journalism college fund, some thomas.as -- simone [applause] are our own warnings for this evening. [applause] for thisawardings evening. let's give them a big round of applause. [applause] evening and laugh hard and a lot. [applause] you, april. thank you, mrs. obama. if you have a glass near, i would like you to raise a glass with me. i would like to propose a toast. our one official toast of the evening, to the president o
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 6:30pm EDT
city. vi from hong kong. min pham vietnam. and lastly, from china. a student is supported with a $5,000 gift towards a postgraduate degree with the public affairs reporting track going to brianna from hayward, california. the white house correspondents association picks a student from the university of california at berkeley for a gift towards a postgraduate degree for a student in government and public affairs reporting track. i'm sorry if i'm messing your name up. the university of california at berkeley. next, the university of maryland college of journalism college thomas.mone [applause] and those are the awardees for this evening. let's give them a big round of applause. [applause] those are the centennial awardees for this evening. have a great evening. laugh hard and a lot. thank you, april. thank you, mrs. obama. if you have a glass near, i would like you to raise a glass with me. i would like to propose a toast to the president of the united states of america. to a long life. me, i would like to introduce the president of the united states and introducing the vice presid
CSPAN
May 3, 2014 11:00pm EDT
in china captain who owes his $1.1 trillion. [laughter] look around. the cast of "the." "veep." the folks from dr. dynasty had a very challenging year. the grandfather on the grandfather on that show made homophobic and racist remarks. docs -- ducks. [laughter] "house of cards" has had great impact on washington. i have not seen a tour de force since.ance like that you can drop character any time. spite thating to spoil the shocker on "house of cards." -- nancy pelosi's face almost changed expression. did you like that one, nancy? i would like to congratulate jared letter -- o on his oscar. who asked to be introduced to that hot chick from "dallas buyers club." has already had an impact on tonight's event. ofblocked all three attempts tim tivo to pass the dinner rolls. it he wanted to be here tonight, but could only move four yards at a time. you're right. he is not here to defend himself. legendary actor robert deniro is here tonight. [applause] impression, deniro but i do an impression of robert yours agent. he'll do it. [laughter] mr. de niro, i am clearly beyond reproach. i will
MSNBC
Apr 29, 2017 7:00pm PDT
the country yet in the first 100 days. but if the president goes to china, they let people on air force one or they don't. and when you work in the white house, for reasons that are not inappropriate for security reasons, you're down in the bowel. you're not just freely going down to break stories. that is why this dinner does shine a light on the very weird aspect of this kind of beat. >> it is a very tough job, although i think they're the reporters who know the president best, we should care about them and the kind of access they get and how much information is transpiring between the administration reporters. i mean i will say the single best thing about the dinner is that doesn't get talked about a lot because i think we take it for granted is you know, this idea that the president ideally and the white house press corps both for like 30 seconds acknowledge okay, like you do actually play an important role in this society and the president sort of acknowledges that and the press acknowledges that the president has a tough job, tough life, we respect everything he has to go th
MSNBC
Apr 29, 2017 6:00pm PDT
doing in the south china sea and the trip over ten days where he engaged with the asian nations, we are starting to move forward from a foreign policy perspective of strength which is something we haven't been able to do with the south china seas or our policies toward egypt or syria or the terrorist threats that loom from the many additional conflicts that obama got us into. i think he's moving forward from there. above and beyond that, he's stressing the same things that he spoke to in his inaugural speech, which are black, brown or white, we all bleed red. we are all to look to america as the americans we are to build this country. he's looking towards the future. that to me was not a bad thing. >> david and then madison. >> look, the courts have shut him down thankfully. the courts stand between us right now and tireny. one thing we have learned in the last 100 days is that courts matter and that the constitution matters. thankfully we have seen judges thus far who have shut it down. i did not see a president tonight who seems to have learned anything on the job. what i saw toni
like the one-sided paris climate accord. where the united states pays billions of dollars while china, russia, and india have contributed and will contribute nothing. does that remind you of the iran deal? on top of that it's estimated full compliance with the agreement could ultimately shrink america's gdp by $2.5 tr trillion over a ten-year period. factories and plans closing all over our country. not with me, folks. those are the facts whether we like them or not. the media won't print them because the washington media is part of the problem. their priorities are not my priorities, and they're not your priorities. their agenda is not your agenda. i'll be making a big decision on the paris accord over the next two weeks. we will see what happens. they're all part of a broken system, the theft and plunder of american wealth at the expense of the american worker. we are not going to let other countries take advantage of us anymore because it's going to be america first. >> ausa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> and i have to interject because i've been a big critic of china and i've been talkin
china. that plays right into this jobs, jobs, jobs message from the president. one of his communication advisors tweeted this tonight. while d.c. don their black ties, potus is in pennsylvania. you don't want to miss this. he also spent seven weekends in mar-a-lago. where i think they wear ball gowns. >> he certainly wasn't caddying down there. >> let me give you the band-aid that will bring us tolgts. >> i think it's great that he's going to the american people. i think he should. he should do this in every state. he shouldn't go to state and hold campaign rallies. it's easy for him to do. i think it's a great idea. i think it's a mistake to be attacking this dinner tonight which really is a fundraiser for everybody out there to send people who need money to go to college. that's what it's all about. some peoplsay it's a little goofy and it's the academy awards for the washington elite, so to speak, but who cares? >> it's a media event. when they started bringing kim kard and ozzy osborne to this thing, we surrendered some of our ground. >> you can bring anyone you want.
call china a currency manipulator. he spoke kindly about vladimir putin and there were worries that sanctions would go away. they haven't the wall has not been built. just a few days ago he failed on another campaign promise about nafta, right. so this is a president whose rhetoric -- he need god to his base tonight clearly for political reasons and you all have all unpacked that very well. >> and also for personal reasons. he clearl wanted the security blanket of a campaign event. he's president of all the people now and he needs to start acting like it. >> but what about the argument that some are making on this 100 day mark that perhaps it is those who were the biggest supporters of the president on the campaign trail who were promised radical change and instead haven't seen radical change who have gotten somewhat arguing a pence-like presidency when you look at policy and actual implementation. are those the people that will should be more frustrated 100 days in? >> poppy and to everybody, it's hard to get our heads around the mystery of donald trump. but the truth is with donal
the evening talking about how much he had relied on nixon for help on china policy and so on. but the president still did his humor routine. host: we have all been there inside the room, right before the dinner is about to happen, but you are the one making it all come together. what's going through your head and what's it like? give our audience a sense of the preparations the day and night of the dinner. guest: the day of the dinner we always open an office at the hotel. we have a rehearsal with our entertainer. we used to since cell phones came out, they do not want to put their material out there in the ballroom with waiters and everyone else who wanders in. most of the extraneous material in the past few years has been a surprise to us as it's been to the audience. a lot of the work is done coordinating with the secret service. ticketing. people lose a ticket. just logistics. the night of i'm really in the cabinet room with -- that's the v.i.p. receptions before the dinner. we always had a president there. this year we won't. in my tenure since 1993. host: how do you feel about t
much of the evening talking about how much he relied on nixon for help in china policy. but the president did his humor routine. host: we have been in there right before the dinner is making it come together. what's it like. what are the preparations the day and the night of the dinner? >> the day of the dinner we open an office at the hotel. we have a rehearsal with our entertainer. we used to since cell phones came out they didn't want to put their material out there in the ballroom with anyone else who wanders in. so most of the material has been a surprise to us and surprise to the audience. but a lot of the work is done coordinating with the secret service, ticketing, people lose a ticket, just logistics the night of. and in the cabinet room with the v.i.p. reception before the dinner. we have always had a president there. this year we won't in my tenure since 1993. host: how do you feel about that? >> i'm disappointed for the scholarship students. we have 23 coming this year. they look forward to a photo with the president. that's really what they're excited about. i feel
spent much of the evening talking about how much he had relied of nixon for china policy and so on. but the president still did his humor routine. we have all been inside the room before the dinner. but you are the one making it all come together. what is going through your head, and what is it like? give our audience a sense of the preparation. the day of the dinner, we open an office at the hotel. we have a personal with -- we have a reversal without entertainer. phones have come out, they do not want to put their material out there in the ballroom with waiters and everyone else who wanders in. most of their material has been a surprise to us as it is to the audience. a lot of the work is done coordinating with the secret service. logistics, a ticket, the night of. --are in the cabinet rule we're in the cabinet room before the director -- we are in the cabinet room before the dinner. host: how do you feel about that? i am disappointed for the scholarship. we had 23 coming this year. they all look forward to a photo with the president. that is really what they are excited about. i
how much he had relied on nixon for help on china policy. the president still did his humor reaching. steve: we have all been inside the room before the dinner is about to happen. you are the one making it all come together. what is going through your head? what is it like? give us a sense of the preparations. julia: the day of the dinner we open the office in the hotel. we have a rehearsal with the entertainer. since cell phones came out, they do not want to put their most of theirour surprise to been a us. a lot of the work is done coordinating with the secret service, ticketing. logistics. him --ht of, i am in the i am in the cabinet room. we have always had a president there, this year, we won't. steve: how do you feel about that? disappointed for the scholarship kids. we have 23 coming this year. --lways look forward to it the photo with the president. that is really what they are excited about. i feel badly for them. we're concerned, it is on with the show. steve: let's take a look back at some of these gunners. i want to look at this documentary done by the smithsonia
how much he had relied on the for help on china policy and so on. but the president still did his humor routine. >> we have all been there inside the room before the dinner is about to happen. you are the one making it come together. what is going through your head? give our audience a sense of the preparations the day and the night of the dinner. >> the day of the dinner we all are in the office at the hotel, we have a rehearsal with our entertained, we used too. until cell phones came out they do not want to put their material out in the ballroom for anybody who wanders in. so listen to their material and it will be a surprise to us in the audience. but a lot of the work is done coordinating with the secret service, ticketing, people lose a ticket, just logistics. the night of i'm in the cabinet room with a vip receptio recepte the dinner. we have always had a president there, this year we will not. in my ten years since 93. >> host: how do you feel about that? >> i'm disappointed for the scholarship kids. we have 23 coming this year. they always look forward to a photo with the
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