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Frankly, this just won’t help. Meanwhile, The Hill reports on deteriorating relations between White House and press:
Bloomberg L.P., which hosts a high-profile after-party for the dinner, had pulled the plug on the event. Vanity Fair, which usually partners with Bloomberg in throwing the party, announced earlier this month that it would not participate.
The New Yorker, the magazine that hosts a kickoff party before the dinner, cancelled its event earlier this month, while CNN and MSNBC are also reportedly deliberating whether they will pull out of the annual dinner.
Trump’s announcement comes a day after his administration’s latest clash with the media.