Michelle Wolf was “maybe too nice” at the April White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD), she said to Vogue Magazine in a Tuesday interview.
Wolf, 32, comedian and host of the WHCD, now thinks she was too soft despite raising controversy for ridiculing White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at the event, Vogue reported. The comedian, who is now host of Netflix’s “The Break With Michelle Wolf,” answered a variety of questions for the magazine at her New York City studio. The interviewee had several choice remarks during the exchange including calling President Donald Trump a “pussy.” (RELATED: Michelle Wolf Laughs Off Critics Of WHCD Performance: ‘I Thought You Were Smarter’ [VIDEO])
“Do you consider yourself to be a nice lady?” Vogue asked Wolf.
“Not at all,” she replied.
“What do you hope for America five years from now?”
“To be less racist,” Wolf snickered. “Come on, guys; try like a little.” (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: White House Says Sarah Sanders Never Called Michelle Wolf)
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