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It’s hard to imagine a better place to be on Election Day than the White House Correspondents Dinner.
The dinner, held every year, features a host of celebrities and entertainers, including Stephen Colbert and Mark Ruffalo, who have been friends since college.
But it’s also a chance for the President to present the news media with a little something extra.
This year’s dinner will be held on Thursday, Jan. 11, at 11:30 a.m.
EST (6:30 p.m in New York).
In an exclusive video interview, the President and the hosts of the ABC News Tonight With George Stephanopoulos show, which will air at 9 p.d.
EST on Friday, Jan 12, discuss the news coverage of his inauguration.
The President has been very busy.
He was sworn in at the Capitol on Jan. 20.
On the day of his swearing-in, he was in Germany on a trip with the Queen of England and Prince Harry.
And he’s been traveling around the country.
And as you can imagine, I’ve been busy.
There have been many things that have happened, but the most important thing is to be here, to be the Commander in Chief and I’m grateful to everyone for the kind words and the love and the respect that I get.
So, you know, I’m very proud of the job that I’ve done.
And I’m really happy about it.
And you know what, I think it’s time to move on to some other things.
And to see what we’re doing with our country.
We’ve got a lot of things going on.
But we’re going to keep moving forward.
Thanks for watching.