Alfalfa Club News
Spokesperson Bloopers and Blunders
From Telling Off the Press to Mistaking a General For a Waiter, Behold These Foul-ups
Laura Ingraham: Romney Has to Bring 'A' Game If He's Going to Beat Obama
Conservative radio host and Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham said that Republican front-runner Mitt Romney may have a difficult time challenging President Obama in the general election, if Obama wows crowds in 2012 the same way he did last night at the Alfalfa Club Dinner....
Obama, Occupy DC Attend Alfalfa Dinner
WASHINGTON, D.C. — President Barack Obama attended the 99th annual Alfalfa Club dinner Saturday evening. Comprised of a who’s who of Washington elite, the social club’s sole purpose is to meet every January for a night of banquet festivities for its roughly 200 members. Per...
Obama Has Oval Office Meeting With Bush 41 and Jeb Bush
President Obama met with former president George H. W. Bush and his son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, at the White House this evening. Their Oval Office meeting was not on the president’s official schedule for today but was made public when the White House released...
Valerie Jarrett Mistakes Vice Chief of Staff of Army for Waiter
A faux pas in front of a crowded room – even an off-the-record one – can be cruel. At a black tie event over the weekend, White House senior adviser Valerie Jarrett mistook the vice chief of staff of the...
The Low-Down on the First Lady's State Dinner Gown
When it came time to select a dress for Wednesday's state dinner, First Lady Michelle Obama turned to a designer whose creations she has worn before.
Sarah Palin: I Had to 'Walk the Walk'
At Anti-Abortion Rights Event, Gov. Palin Gets Personal About her Last Pregnancy
Palin Slammed for Out-of-State Trip
ABC News' Teddy Davis and Ferdous Al-Faruque report: Citing the need to focus on state business, Republican Gov. Sarah Palin has been a no-show at multiple high-profile events outside of Alaska this year. But now that her state's 90-day legislative...
Obama, Palin & Alfalfa
ABC News' Stu Schutzman reports: Barack Obama and Sarah Palin will share a stage this weekend. According to Politico.com, they are both slated to speak at the annual Alfalfa club dinner in Washington. Alfalfa's annual dinner is held every January...