At this point, I’m just waiting for the breadline to prove that we are in fact living in communist Russia. Once again, the president of people who kiss their dogs in the mouth is proving that he is absolutely unfit for office as he recently went on an absolute tear against the press and, more importantly, black female…
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“We are not post-racial—at all,” White House correspondent April Ryan told an Essence Festival audience during a panel last Saturday. “But when you dig into the weeds ... it’s beyond race; it’s now going down to the black woman. It’s a deliberate attack on the black woman.”
What does the queen of the White House press corps wear to her annual ball? Since it was The Glow Up’s first White House Correspondents’ Dinner this year, we had to know: How does 21-year veteran journalist, CNN contributor and White House press corps firebrand April Ryan get her glow up?
White House correspondent April Ryan continues to hold the feet of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, aka Aunt Lydia,
aka Under His Smoky Eye, aka Suckabee, to the flames.
Veteran White House correspondent April Ryan says that the Trump administration is “ginning people up” to harm her simply for doing her job.
Veteran journalist April Ryan continues to do the Lord’s work just by walking into the White House—which I’m sure at this point smells like moped smoke and zoo dirt—and asking the tough, hard-hitting questions that no one else is asking.
Well, Housing and Urban Development official Lynne Patton tried it with White House reporter April Ryan. And realized way too late that Ryan is really not the one.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is around the corner, so you know what that means? Time to rattle Old Ben Carson’s birdcage and see if he has some words he’d like to mumble as the resident black face in Donald Trump’s administration.
April Ryan, the black woman the White House loves to hate on, will not be going to the scary White House white-walking winter wonder-klan for its annual Christmas party—for the first time in 20 years.
It’s been an interesting year to be veteran White House reporter April Ryan. Between back-and-forths with President Donald Trump and his press secretary, Sean Spicer, and her generally excellent work, Ryan’s name has been in the spotlight pretty much since this administration made itself comfy in the White House.