See The Most Controversial Moments from The White House Correspondents' Dinner
Was someone texting during the national anthem and why did Obama need an anger translator at the White House Correspondents' Dinner?
They call the annual meeting of politicians and celebrities a 'Nerd Prom,' and this year all the talk was about Bruce Jenner at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Donald Trump told INSIDE EDITION, "I wouldn't have expected it but you know what, it's a very complex situation and I just hope he's happy."
Jane Fonda commented, telling INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent, "Good for him! Bravo! I think it's very courageous to share a journey like that."
Transgendered actress Laverne Cox from TV's Orange Is the New Black told INSIDE EDITION that Jenner actually consulted with her before the big interview.
She told INSIDE EDITION, "I always believe that any transgendered person coming forward and claiming their transidentity publicly in a world that tells us we shouldn't exist is revolutionary and deeply courageous and I believe that Bruce Jenner is deeply courageous."
Saturday Night Live's Cecily Strong hosted the dinner, but it was the president who stole the show.
He said, "I feel more loose and relaxed than ever. Those Joe Biden shoulder massages - they're like magic."
Some moments include Strong saying, "It feels right to have a woman follow President Obama," and "You're a lot like Madonna. You've both given this country so much, but in like a year and a half, you got to stop."
Washington Post reporter Helena Andrews came under fire when she appeared to be texting during the national anthem.
One comment online called it, "disrespectful." But the reporter defended herself on Twitter, saying, "Apparently someone on TV saw me texting during the dinner. I was taking notes on my phone. Because it's 2015."
The night was all about laughs, and it was the president who stole the show.
He said, "As we know, Hillary's private emails got her in trouble. Frankly I thought it was going to be her private Instagram account."
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One of the funniest moments of the night came when the Commander in Chief invited his anger translator, Luther, played by comedian Keegan Michael Key, to the stage.
He said, "Hold on you your lily-white butts. It's not just republicans, Hillary will have to raise huge sums of money, too. Oh yeah she's going to get that money. She's going to get all the money."
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