List of Previous Talent: From Sykes to Nixon’s “Disneyland Golden Horseshoe Review”
Timeline of WHCD Performances From Wikipedia
1969: President Richard Nixon personally requested the Disneyland Golden Horseshoe Revue.
Wally Boagpecosbill from Golden Horseshoe Revue
1976:The dinner featured Bob Hope as emcee and Chevy Chase. When President Ford rose to speak, he “accidentally” caught a tablecloth in his trousers, causing silverware to fall in Chase’s lap. He also pretended to trip as he approached the podium, flinging pages he was carrying into the audience—he then began his speech with “Good evening. I’m Gerald Ford and you’re not” (a reference to Chase’s catchphrase from Weekend Update
1985: Rich Little and President Ronald Reagan in a dual press conference skit.
2000: Outgoing President Bill Clinton mocked himself in the short film President Clinton: Final Days, which depicted him as a lonely man closing down a nearly-deserted White House, riding a bicycle, and learning about the Internet with the help of actor Mike Maronna as his character “Stuart”.