Comedy is returning to the White House Correspondents' Association dinner for the first time since Michelle Wolf's controversial hosting stint in 2018. SNL star Thompson will host this year's annual dinner on Saturday, April 25. Patriot Act host Minhaj, who hosted the 2017 dinner, will return as a featured entertainer. Wolf proved so controversial two years ago that the WHCA tapped a historian, Ron Chernow, to host last year's dinner. "Kenan and Hasan are two of the most engaged and engaging entertainers in America. I’m thrilled they’ll help us celebrate the role of a free press in our democracy," said Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent for ABC News and president of the WHCA. "We’re looking forward to a lively evening honoring the most important political journalism of the past year." No word if President Trump will attend this year after skipping the previous three White House Correspondents' Dinners during his presidency.