Stephen Colbert na no jantar de correspondentes de imprensa da Casa Branca



Stephen Colbert na no jantar de correspondentes de imprensa da Casa Branca

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«Early press coverage
Cable channel C-SPAN broadcast the White House Correspondents Dinner live on Saturday, April 29, 2006, and rebroadcast the event several times in the next 24 hours. C-SPAN also aired a segment that included the guests arriving, following by Bush's skit, that excluded Colbert.

The trade journal Editor and Publisher was the first news outlet to report in detail on Colbert's performance, which it called a "blistering comedy 'tribute'" that "left George and Laura Bush unsmiling at its close" and "quite a few sitting near him looked a little uncomfortable at times, perhaps feeling the material was a little too biting ? or too much speaking 'truthiness' to power".

Jon Stewart, on the May 1, 2006, episode of The Daily Show, called Colbert's performance "balls-alicious" and stated that "We've never been prouder of him, but HOLY SHIT."

The New York Times and the Chicago Tribune both covered the dinner, but neither contained coverage of Colbert?s comic tribute. The wire services Reuters and the Associated Press each set aside three paragraphs to cover Colbert's routine in their articles on the event, and The Washington Post mentioned Colbert several times throughout its article. The most extensive print coverage came from USA Today, which dedicated more space to Colbert?s performance than to President Bush?s skit.

Videos on the web sites of CNN and Fox News had clips of the Presidential comic routine, but no footage of Colbert's satirical performance. On their morning shows, the Monday after the event, the three major networks and CNN's American Morning played clips of Bush's routine, but did not include footage from Colbert's portion of the event.

The day after the dinner, Howard Kurtz played clips of Colbert's performance on his CNN show Reliable Sources. On the Fox News show Fox & Friends, the hosts mentioned Colbert's performance, criticizing him as going "over the line". Tucker Carlson, on his MSNBC show The Situation, further criticized Colbert as being "unfunny."» em Wikipédia

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