Michelle Wolf

The show’s correspondents, Ronny Chieng and Michael Kosta, debated where the late secretary of state with “zero morals” stands in history.
Wolf made "one thing very clear" about the GOP presidential candidate on Wednesday.
“It’s like the Kool-Aid man suddenly caring about walls,” the comedian joked.
The comedian also had a message for President Donald Trump at Variety's Power of Women event.
Wolf bashed Trump for his stance on Saudi Arabia in a blistering tweet, which has now gone viral.
The president said he may come to the annual press dinner afterall since the WHCA announced Ron Chernow will be the speaker instead of a comedian.
“The media is complicit," the comedian tweeted over next year's pick for speaker at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
Pulitzer Prize winner Ron Chernow, who penned the 2004 biography of Alexander Hamilton, was selected after this year's controversy with comedian Michelle Wolf.
"The Break With Michelle Wolf" was nixed along with "The Joel McHale Show."
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