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Alec Baldwin should play the role of Trump at the White House Correspondents' Dinner

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Millions of Americans were looking forward to Donald Trump attending the upcoming White House Correspondent's dinner in late April and seeing him go up against the media and the journalists who he despises and finds repulsive. Unfortunately, he decided not to attend and that is a YUGE disappointment to say the least.

Why isn't he attending? Well, let's try to identify the reasons why he decided to bow out of the dinner.

*Someone told him that Alec Baldwin was going to conduct the celebrity roast of him; he immediately flew into a rage and tore up his he ticket.

*He knew a lot of politically ignorant liberal Hollywood actors and actresses were going to be present and he didn't want to listen to their petty criticisms on issues about which they know nothing.

*He found out that one of his arch enemies, Rosie O'Donnell, was planning to attend and he said; "No way am I going to be in the same room with that witch, count me out."

*He also heard that former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was going to be one of the featured speakers and he couldn't bear to hear him repeat that old, worn out phase, "Hasta la vista, baby" that Arnold made famous in the movie, Terminator 2: Judgement Day.

This falling out between these two started after Trump had tweeted that Schwarzenegger's ratings on the TV program, The Apprentice, were a complete disaster. Arnold shot back with, "Hey Donald, I have a great idea: Why don't we switch jobs? You take over the TV series because you're such an expert on ratings, and I'll take over your job, so then people can finally sleep comfortably again." And that infuriated Trump.

You can bet that Arnold will never, ever be invited to a White House dinner, that he will be persona non grata and that he will never receive an invitation to be a golf partner of Trump.

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