The White House Correspondents Association Dinner will be a ‘celebration of diversity’

The White and Blue is hosting its first annual Correspondents’ Dinner on Friday night.

The dinner will be the biggest annual gathering of White House correspondents in years, and one that will celebrate diversity in the newsroom.

The event will include a Q&A session with President Donald Trump, an awards ceremony, an award ceremony, a dinner, and more.

The White Houses Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement that the dinner will honor all of the members of the news team and their families, but specifically highlight the achievements of women and people of color in newsrooms.

“The President and his staff have made an enormous contribution to the nation’s journalism by taking important steps to empower the next generation of journalists,” Spicer said.

Spicer also noted that the White House Press Corps will be honored with an award for its accomplishments in its first year of existence. “

I know that we have seen tremendous progress in terms of diversity in our newsroom, and I know we are making good progress toward building a more diverse newsroom,” he added.

Spicer also noted that the White House Press Corps will be honored with an award for its accomplishments in its first year of existence.

“This is an historic occasion,” Spicer continued.

Spicer also said that the evening will be an opportunity for members of all backgrounds to “celebrate the diversity that makes the United States the great place that it is.” “

It is a privilege to work in the White Houses press office and to be a part of the inaugural celebration of this event.”

Spicer also said that the evening will be an opportunity for members of all backgrounds to “celebrate the diversity that makes the United States the great place that it is.”

“The White House is home to a diverse array of people, including the many who have chosen to come to the United State from abroad,” Spicer added.

“We welcome everyone to this event, from our own newsroom and across the country, to all members of Congress and all members and staff of the press corps, as we celebrate diversity, tolerance, and inclusion in newsroom culture.”

The dinner is being hosted by the White and Blues in partnership with the Whitehouse.gov website.

The night will be held at the Washington Hilton.

Guests will be able to sit and chat in the lobby with White House reporters, editors, photographers, producers and more, according to the invitation.

Guests can also join the fun with live entertainment and autograph sessions in the hotel ballroom.

In addition to the dinner, the White house Correspondents dinner will feature a panel discussion, a Q & A session with the President, and a dinner.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Spicer said that attendees will have the chance to talk with the new president about his administration, including issues that they will be covering on their own terms.

“There will be opportunities for people to ask questions of him about topics that they are interested in, as he’s a new president, and so they will have an opportunity to be heard in the conversation,” Spicer told HuffPost.

“They will also have an important opportunity to learn from the people who are working at the WhiteHouse.gov to get a better sense of what’s going on with the administration and to help inform what he wants to do as a president.”

Spicer said the dinner is a way for White House staff and others to get to know Trump and his administration.

“As the new White House administration takes shape, it’s important for us to be able [to talk] with the president,” he said.

Spicer said a number of other events, including a dinner honoring the presidents first foreign trip, a luncheon honoring Vice President Mike Pence, and an interview for the evening, are also scheduled for the event.

“In the future, we’re going to look at ways to create more opportunities for the White people to get in touch with the people at the top, and we want to create a place where people can come and meet with people at a time that they want,” Spicer also told HuffPost on Wednesday.

“So I think there’s going to be an increased emphasis on that.”