Wolf instead got The Daily Beast to publish the Op-Ed, in which she criticizes the media's addiction to President Trump. This year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, originally scheduled for this Saturday before it was rescheduled to Aug. 29 due to the coronavirus, was to mark the return of a host from the comedy world after Wolf's controversial performance in 2018. "Back in February, when the hosts of this year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner were announced, The Washington Post asked me to write an op-ed on my thoughts," Wolf writes. "I wrote something knowing full well that they would probably refuse to publish it because my foul language doesn’t follow their moral guidelines. I guess we can’t all be as kind and upstanding as their generous owner. You should see how I treat MY warehouse employees. Well, I was right about their refusal to publish it, but here it is anyway…"