Did Couple Really Crash White House Dinner?

That is the question being asked today.

According to Tareq Salahi, he and his wife didn’t crash the White House state dinner last week.

From CNN:

The Obama administration said Salahi and his wife, Michaele Salahi, attended but had not been invited to the state dinner for visiting Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and officials say they got into the event because of a breach in security.

Appearing on NBC’s “Today” show with his wife, Tareq Salahi said the aftermath of the incident has been “the most devastating thing that’s ever happened to us.”

“We’re greatly saddened by all the circumstances that have, you know, been involved and portraying my wife and I as party crashers. I can tell you, we did not party crash the White House.”

Salahi said he and his wife “are cooperating extensively with the U.S. Secret Service” in their investigation of the incident and said “the truth will soon come out.”

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One Comment on “Did Couple Really Crash White House Dinner?”

  1. Honeydog0629 Says:

    There are now Reports from various Individuals saying that these two “Crashed” THEIR Events in the past as well— Among them was a big Cheerleading Alumni Function, which Michaele claimed to have been on the Squad, but in fact never was, and, at another Function they showed-up to, they were both later Thrown-out. If the Obama Administration says they were not Invited, I’m putting my Money on that.


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