US President Donald Trump has reported he won’t attend the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner on 29 April.
The fabulous occasion draws VIPs, writers and lawmakers, regularly including the US president.
Mr Trump said he would not attend a day after the White House rejected a few noteworthy telecasters and daily papers from a press instructions.
He has as often as possible portrayed negative news scope as “fake”.
Be that as it may, he has not given any proof to his cases.
The declaration comes as relations between the White House and a few media outlets keep on deteriorating.
On Friday, the BBC, CNN, Buzzfeed and the New York Times were among media bunches blocked from an off-camera casual instructions held by White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Hours before the instructions, Mr Trump had conveyed a solid assault on what he called “fake news” in the media, focusing on stories with anonymous sources.
He said “fake news” was the “foe of the general population”.
Media captionSean Spicer is tested about chosen media being banned from his press instructions
Mr Trump reported his non-attendance at the journalists’ dinner through Twitter.
He expressed: “I won’t attend the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner this year. If it’s not too much trouble wish everybody well and have an incredible night!”
Bloomberg News and the New Yorker magazine are among media outlets who have said they won’t hold their standard after-gatherings this year.
There have been a few calls for writers to blacklist the occasion itself.