Judy Gold Shares Her Take on the White House Correspondents' Dinner
What did you think happened to be or the morning after The White House correspondents dinner? I thought Trevor Noah was great about the president was great. You know, it just made me, first of all, 6 years, the guy couldn't go to a oh. No. Yeah, I caught myself. Thank you. You know, the pre orange, the orange thing. Right. Such a baby. Couldn't go to The White House correspondent center because he is such a little child. And you know, comedy is such a weapon. Yeah. And he doesn't know how to use it because he's too dumb. So I loved it. I loved that, you know, I love that speech Trevor gave at the end. Yes. Because, you know, there's nothing like disarming an audience with comedy. And then, you know, and they listen and they love you after you disarm them and make them laugh and to be able to use that platform. I mean, talk about taking advantage of a situation. I loved that. Yeah. And I love that Biden. Yes. No, that's not for you. That's for him. Go ahead. You're not supposed to be looking at me. Go ahead. Oh, sorry. And I love that Biden. Mocked it. That hope that whole pandemic, you know, we had a play. Oh wait, well, that's what I was that's what I was doing. Hold on, here we go. This is the first time the president attended this dinner in 6 years. It's understandable. We had a horrible plague followed by two years of COVID. Hilarious and true, right? Right. And what a great joke and someone who can deliver a joke. And, you know, just bringing that humor back and that self effacing. That is part of our culture. Stand up is such a part of our culture because it's just an extension of free speech.