The White House Correspondents’ Association (WHCA) Dinner is an annual event held in Washington, D.C., United States. The event is organized by the WHCA, a professional association of journalists who cover the White House and the presidency.
The WHCA Dinner is typically held in late April or early May and is a major event in the Washington, D.C., social calendar. It is attended by a wide range of guests, including politicians, journalists, celebrities, and other notable figures. The event features a number of speeches and presentations, including a keynote address by the President of the United States.
The WHCA Dinner is known for its mix of serious journalism and entertainment, with the keynote address often featuring humorous elements. It is a popular event for journalists and other media professionals, and is widely covered by the media. The event is also a major fundraiser for the WHCA, with the proceeds going to support the organization’s activities and programs.