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Washington State part of fun at White House dinner

Washington State part of fun at White House dinner

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KGMI News Reporting
By Tracy Ellis

SEATTLE, Wash. – Washington State was part of a yearly attempt to find the funny side of the country’s troubles at the White House Correspondents Association dinner.

A Seahawk was on hand and President Barack Obama cracked a few jokes.

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Joel McHale, who grew up in the Seattle-area hosted the event.

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McHale went to Mercer Island High School and graduated from the University of Washington

 

 

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