By Jason DickPosted May 4, 2023 at 10:07am
The White House Correspondents Dinner, the crown jewel of Washington’s spring prom season, roared back this past week, freed from many of the physical and psychological restraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the pandemic is but one of the many turning points in the dinner’s long history — which includes Mummers. George Condon, the White House Correspondents Association historian and White House correspondent for National Journal, joins the podcast to discuss this august D.C. institution.
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