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Most Want Celeb-Free Correspondents’ Dinner

The results of our Fish Poll from yesterday are pretty decisive. Almost 60 percent of responders said the White House Correspondents’ Dinner should focus on reporters and Lindsay Lohan ought to be left at the pre/post parties.

That should help Fox News’ Chief White House Correspondent and incoming President of the White House Correspondents’ Association Ed Henry as he prepares to lead next year’s clusterf&%k weekend. He tweeted on Monday that he was looking for constructive criticism on how to make the annual event better for everyone.

Here are the rest of the results:

  • 22.88 percent said “The scholarships should be played up more; otherwise, it’s perfect.”
  • 11.11 percent said “It’s fine the way it is; if I’m drunk, I’m happy.”
  • 8.5 percent said “Celebrities are fine, but Kim Kardashian should know the First Amendment by heart.”
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