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    Quote Originally Posted by darksithbunny View Post
    Holy fuck. Why are they going to waste our money(taxpayers)to charge these fuckers? They got into a fucking party they should not have been able to get into. Who is at fault? Security. Just fucking stop the madness. Luckily everything was ok. Just don't let it happen again and move on! Damn it.

    I would be more worried about Oprah. I think she might be a tad bit jealous of Michelle.
    Security is definitely at fault. But the two famewhores lied to federal agents by saying they were invited, which is a crime.

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    These people sound like a bunch of parasitic losers. They ran their winery into the ground and owe people tons of money everywhere. And then they trespassed onto White House grounds, when the President, officials, and foreign guests were present.

    It's ironic that if an ordinary joe wearing ordinary clothes sold a few dollars of, say, weed because it's far less harmful than alcohol, and owed a few people a couple hundred bucks, and crashed the White House, they'd be tossed in jail like garbage. But these people were running probably thousands of gallons of booze, running away from hundred thousands of debt, and they expect a free pass. I hope they do get charged, their scams were/are just going to get bigger and bigger.

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    Party crashers e-mailed Pentagon official

    House panel calls Secret Service director, Salahi couple to testify Thursday
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    updated 4:49 p.m. PT, Mon., Nov . 30, 2009

    WASHINGTON - The couple who crashed the Obama administration's first state dinner communicated with a senior Pentagon official about going to the event, but the official denies that she helped the couple get in.

    Michele Jones, a special assistant to Defense Secretary Robert Gates, said in a written statement issued through the White House on Monday evening that she never said or implied she would get Michaele and Tareq Salahi into the Nov. 24 White House dinner.

    "I specifically stated that they did not have tickets and in fact that I did not have the authority to authorize attendance, admittance or access to any part of the evening's activities," Jones said. "Even though I informed them of this, they still decided to come."

    This is the latest twist in the unfolding mystery of how the two reality show wannabes managed to get into the highly secured event and shake hands with President Barack Obama. Also on Monday, a House committee chairman asked the couple and Secret Service Director Mark Sullivan to testify at a hearing Thursday on the incident.

    The White House issued Jones' statement after questions were raised about communications between the administration and the couple prior to the dinner.

    A friend of the couple, McLean, Va., real estate agent Casey Margenau, said in an interview with The Associated Press that the couple interpreted an e-mail exchange as permission to attend the exclusive party. Margenau said he did not personally see the e-mails and did not know with whom the couple was corresponding.

    Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said he wants answers about the Secret Service's security deficiencies that allowed the Salahis to attend the dinner. A White House photo showed the Salahis in the receiving line in the Blue Room with Obama and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, in whose honor the dinner was held. Obama and Michaele Salahi are smiling as she grasps his right hand with both of hers and her husband looks on. Singh is to Obama's left.

    "This is a time for answers," Thompson said in a statement Monday. "This is not the time for political games or scapegoating to distract our attention from the careful oversight we must apply to the Secret Service and its mission."

    Some lawmakers have called for criminal charges to be brought against the couple, but the Secret Service has not yet decided whether to refer the case for criminal prosecution.

    The Secret Service declined to comment on whether Sullivan would testify on Thursday.

    ‘Concerned and embarrassed’
    On Friday, Sullivan issued a statement saying that his agency is "deeply concerned and embarrassed" by the circumstances.

    Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the couple was not on the approved list for the party, but they were allowed in. "This should not have occurred," Donovan said.

    "The preliminary findings of our internal investigation have determined established protocols were not followed at an initial checkpoint, verifying that two individuals were on the guest list," Sullivan said Friday. "Although these individuals went through magnetometers and other levels of screening, they should have been prohibited from entering the event entirely. That failing is ours."

    White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said Monday the president shares the Secret Service director's concern about the incident.

    "That's why there's an investigation," Gibbs said.

    Gibbs said the president was not concerned about his safety and continues to have faith in the Secret Service.

    The ranking Republican on the House Homeland Security committee, Rep. Peter King of New York, also said there needs to be an investigation into what happened. King said he wants to be sure the hearing does not give away Secret Service operations or methods that could tip someone off how to get into the White House. King said he's been to at least 40 invitation-only events at the White House -- including two state dinners -- and security has always been tight and thorough.

    Bragging on Facebook
    The Salahis have boasted about going to the state dinner on their Facebook page: "Honored to be at the White House for the state dinner in honor of India with President Obama and our First Lady!" they wrote.

    Michaele Salahi is a reality TV hopeful trying to get on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of D.C."

    The couple's publicist, Mahogany Jones, could not immediately be reached for comment about whether the Salahis would testify Thursday. But earlier Monday, Jones said allegations that the Salahis are shopping interviews and demanding money from television networks to tell their story are false.

    Jones said the couple is not making any formal comments or arrangements to speak with the media. An appearance previously scheduled for Monday night on CNN's "Larry King Live" has been canceled.

    A TV executive who spoke on condition of anonymity to publicly discuss bookings had told The Associated Press that the couple's representatives had urged networks to "get their bids in" for an interview.

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    Some good comments from the WP chat today:
    Falls Church, Va.: I went to elementary school with Tareq Salahi. His parents ran the Montessori School in Alexandria. They were nice people who really seemed to care about kids. I can't imagine what must have happened in their family to have matters turn out like this, but for me this whole ridiculous event has been touched with a little sadness.
    Amy Argetsinger: Thanks for weighing in.
    Front Royal, Va.: My wife and I were married at Oasis Winery, and we interacted with the Salahis constantly during that experience. Well, when I say constantly, I mean that after signing a contract, we pulled our hair out in frustration constantly trying to get them to return calls or fulfill their obligations. We were routinely ignored and price gouged at every step. They did it all with a smile, and none of this shameless self-promoting that's going on surprises me in the least.
    Amy Argetsinger: Sorry. Thanks for sharing.
    Naples, Fla.: I worked with Michaele when she was a makeup artist for Chanel at Nordstrom in Tysons Corner. As disgraceful as it is, her behavior does not surprise me. She is a master manipulator, and make no mistake, Michaele is loving every minute of this.
    Roxanne Roberts: That's what a lot of people are saying.
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    And another interesting article:
    White House Guest-List Chief Says She Quit Post

    Sunday, November 29, 2009 2:03 PM
    By Michael Isikoff


    The White House staff member whose job was to supervise the guest list for state dinners and clear invitees into the events says she was stripped of most of her responsibilities earlier this year, prompting her to resign last June.

    The account of Cathy Hargraves, who formerly served as White House "assistant for arrangements," raises new questions about whether changes that she says were made by President Obama's social secretary, Desiree Rogers, may have contributed to the security lapses that permitted Virginia socialites Michaele and Tareq Salahi to crash the state dinner for India's prime minister last week and get themselves photographed with the president.

    Hargraves tells Declassified in an exclusive interview that although she had originally been hired as a White House political appointee in 2001, she landed a new position on the White House residence staff in 2006 and was specifically detailed to the social office to work on state dinners.

    Her job duties included overseeing the invitations for guests at state dinners and keeping track of RSVPs, she says. On the evening of state dinners, she says, she physically stood at the East Gate portico entrance and greeted each of the guests as they arrived, checking their names off a computerized printout of those who had been invited.

    But when she met with Rogers last February and went over her job responsibilities, she says, the new social secretary told her, "We don't feel we have a need for that anymore." Rogers's explanation, according to Hargraves: "In these economic times, I don't think we're going to have very many lavish expensive dinners. It wouldn't look very good."

    A White House official (who asked not to be named because of the ongoing investigation) has refused to comment on any aspect of Hargraves's account, saying, "It doesn't matter," because the Secret Service has already publicly apologized for violations of its own procedures that allowed the Salahis to crash the Tuesday-night event.

    Not only were the aspiring reality-TV contestants not on the invited guest list for the evening, according to a Secret Service official who also asked not to be identified talking about an ongoing probe, "it does not appear" their names had even been entered into the Secret Service's computer system, the standard step for any guest going into the White House complex. "There is no question this was a huge mistake on our part," says the official, adding that the Secret Service may provide a more detailed account in the next few days.

    "The Secret Service said they made a mistake and they are taking action to identify exactly what happened, and they will take the appropriate measures pending the results of their investigation," says Nicholas Shapiro, a White House spokesman.

    Still, Hargraves's account may be relevant because White House social secretary Rogers has publicly acknowledged that nobody from the social office was physically present at the White House East Gate entrance during Tuesday night's dinner to resolve any questions about whether the Salahis were invited. (This has prompted Rep. Peter King, the ranking Republican on the House homeland-security committee, to suggest the social office's policies should be reexamined as part of a congressional investigation into the incident.)

    The White House official insists none of that really matters, because the Secret Service had been given the contacts for a social-office employee to check if any questions arose about any guest trying to enter. But the White House aide says, and the Secret Service official has confirmed, that that employee (who had replaced Hargraves within the social office) wasn't contacted either.

    Hargraves, however, says the lack of a social-office employee on the scene at the gate might have made a difference. During her tenure, she says, it was not uncommon for guests at state dinners to arrive only to discover that their names hadn't been placed on the official guest list. In such situations, she says, she always refused the people entry until she could verify that they had actually been invited.

    If she had been on the job at the White House last Tuesday night, the Salahis "would not have made it past the East Gate portico," she says. Once she had ascertained that they had not been invited, she says, she would have called in the Secret Service officer who let them through in the first place, and "they would have been escorted out."

    After her tense meeting with Rogers last February, in which Hargraves says the social secretary made clear she did not want her to continue in the same role she had before, Hargraves says her job was essentially downgraded to what she calls a "data-entry clerk": her new job was simply to enter the names of White House guests into the Secret Service's computers for clearance, not to broadly supervise state dinners and manage the invitations and arrival of guests. Dissatisfied with her new role, she says, she quit on June 5 and moved with her husband, a State Department employee, to Houston. (Her staff slot was initially filled by a volunteer, who was later promoted to a full-time position but without her broad responsibilities for overseeing the guests at state dinners, she says.)

    In some ways, Hargraves's account is reminiscent of culture clashes that have arisen in the past between outgoing and incoming White House staff members. Moreover, Hargraves acknowledges that the new Obama staff may have distrusted her because she had originally served as a political appointee in the office of the cabinet secretary under President Bush. But Hargraves, who is a registered nurse by profession, says she has never worked on a political campaign and, as far as she is concerned, her loyalty was to the White House as an institution, not to the Bush administration.

    "For me, it was all about the house," she says. "For me, [state dinners] are magical moments, and you have to be so organized. A state dinner requires a lot of work, and maybe they didn't realize this going into
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    ^^That's an interesting article, but could someone clarify the difference of being "downgraded to a data-entry clerk" and broadly manage invitations and responses? Seems like data-entry would be a massive promotion over keeping track of a single list, a few times a year.
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    Just watched their interview with Matt lauer. Pompous couple. Say the truth will come out, they were invited, their lives have been destroyed, they are devastated...blah blah blah
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    I would say the truth on them is already out!
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    This is so crazy! Can't wait for the RHODC! Hopefully they won't be on it...Weird cause I thought Bravo was having a hard time finding participants for the show.
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    Oh! And they crashed something else a couple months ago:
    Salahis Attended Congressional Black Caucus Dinner Without Invitation

    Crashed Black Caucus Dinner
    Sources: Salahis entered through bus boy entrance

    Updated: Tuesday, 01 Dec 2009, 9:42 AM EST
    Published : Monday, 30 Nov 2009, 10:07 PM EST

    By WILL THOMAS/myfoxdc

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Less than a week after their appearance at the White House State Dinner, Michaele and Tareq Salahi have some more explaining to do. Representatives from the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation say the couple also attended their recent awards dinner without an invitation, and multiple sources say they sneaked into the event through an entrance meant for bus boys and caterers.
    Last Tuesday, the Salahis strolled into President Barack Obama's first State Dinner. They said hello along the official receiving line, but the White House says they weren't invited. They say security was breached, and an investigation was ordered.

    But there are more images posted on Michaele Salahi's facebook fan page , including photo opportunities at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Awards Dinner four weeks prior to the State Dinner. Photos show the couple among the likes of Senator Roland Burris and his wife, Patrick Kennedy, and Star Jones. President and Mrs. Obama were also in attendance.

    According to Congressional Black Caucus Foundation representatives, Michaele and Tareq Salahi crashed the September 26th dinner, and were caught sitting at someone's tables.

    "I don't want to say it's like a kid getting his hand caught in the cookie jar, but in essence, that's pretty much what it was," said Lance Jones, a communications official with the foundation. "I had a sheet in front of me that said who was sitting at what table, and they weren't on that list."

    Jones further explained to FOX 5 how he discovered the Salahis, and what he did to have them removed from the venue at the D.C. Convention Center.

    "I was told we had a couple sitting at our table that didn't belong, and as a result I walked back to security guards and I asked them to walk over with me-- that we might have a situation of some uninvited guests," Jones said. "I walked back to the table checked the list. Upon confirming that they did not belong, we escorted them out."
    Jones tells FOX 5 that the couple knew they were busted, and they didn't offer an excuse.

    "I asked for identification, I asked for their tickets which they could not produce, and at that time I told our security guard that we're going to walk out-- walk out and they were not going to be allowed back in," Jones explained.

    So how did they get into the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation dinner? Multiple reports indicate the Salahis may be reality cast members in the Bravo TV Housewives franchise. The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation says Bravo requested access to the dinner, but that request was denied. The foundation says the couple showed up at the dinner with cameras in tow, but they weren't allowed in.
    Instead, sources tell FOX 5 that the Salahis made it inside the dinner through a bus boy-catering entrance.

    "I think now you're kind of seeing a pattern emerge with Mr. and Mrs. Salahi in terms of getting their 15 minutes and putting themselves out there," Jones told FOX 5.

    Since President Obama attended and spoke at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Awards Dinner, the Secret Service was very much involved. But unlike the White House State Dinner, most of the 4,000 foundation guests didn't have access to the President, and as a result the security bubble for President Obama was much smaller.
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    Salahis: ‘We were invited, not crashers’

    Couple are ‘devastated’ by label, cooperating with Secret Service
    By Vidya Rao
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    updated 6:07 a.m. PT, Tues., Dec . 1, 2009




    The most infamous party crashers in the world said Tuesday that they hate that label, denied they finagled their way into a White House state dinner and insisted that they were invited to the bash by a Washington law firm with ties to a senior Pentagon official.

    “This has been the most devastating thing that’s ever happened to us,” Tareq Salahi, along with his wife Michaele, told Matt Lauer in the couple’s first television interview. “We’re greatly saddened by all the circumstances that have been involved in portraying my wife and I as party crashers. I can tell you we did not party crash the White House.”

    The couple said they are reeling from the media attention. “Our lives have been destroyed, everything we’ve worked for, Matt,” Michaele Salahi said. “For me, 44 years, just destroyed.”

    When asked point-blank whether or not they had been explicitly invited to the White House state dinner, Michaele answered that there was no ambiguity about the situation.

    “We were invited, not crashers,” she said. “There isn’t anyone that would have the audacity or the poor behavior to do that … certainly not us.”

    The couple’s appearance on TODAY comes a day after the House Homeland Security Committee invited the Salahis and the Secret Service to attend a hearing Thursday about the alleged security breach.

    “We are cooperating extensively with the U.S. Secret Service on their internal review and investigation,” Tareq Salahi, 41, said, adding that the couple have turned over documentation showing that they were invited to the event. “The truth will come out.”

    Not on guest list
    If the Salahis attend and testify, committee members are expected to ask them detailed questions about how they managed to access the White House grounds via the Southeast Gate, enter through the East Wing and be photographed both with President Obama and the prime minister of India.

    To the embarrassment of the White House and the Secret Service, the Salahis did all of that without holding a formal invitation or having their names on the official guest list for the Obama administration’s first state dinner.

    On Monday, the Washington Post reported ties between the Salahis and a senior Pentagon official who campaigned for Obama and spoke at the Democratic National Convention last year. The newspaper found that the Salahis’ lawyer, Paul W. Gardner, was listed as a Facebook friend of Michele S. Jones, special assistant to the Secretary of Defense. Jones, a career military officer who serves as the Pentagon’s White House liaison, exchanged e-mails with the Salahis about the state dinner, but denies she promised them admittance.

    “I did not state at any time, or imply that I had tickets for ANY portion of the evening’s events,” Jones said in a statement released by the White House late Monday. “I specifically stated that they did not have tickets and in fact that I did not have the authority to authorize attendance, admittance or access to any part of the evening’s activities. Even though I informed them of this, they still decided to come.”

    Couple believe they were invited
    The Salahis apparently saw things differently and told Lauer that they were working with the Secret Service to “shed light” on the situation.

    “In our view it’s clear to us and, based on the timeline, I think the American public is actually going to be extremely surprised,” said Tareq Salahi, adding that they would soon make public the contents of the alleged e-mail exchange.

    “There was e-mail correspondence confirming they were legitimately supposed to be there,” Casey Margenau, a close friend of the couple, told the Washington Post. “They understood they were invited.”


    White House press secretary Robert Gibbs responded Tuesday morning to claims that the Salahis believed that they were invited to the event.

    “They were not on a list here at the White House,” he told Meredith Vieira. “They’d been told on a number of occasions that they did not have tickets for that dinner.”

    Gibbs added that the matter is being looked into “criminally” and that the Secret Service is doing “anything humanly possible” to prevent another such breach of security.

    Another incident?
    The Salahis also denied reports that they had previously attended another high-profile event uninvited.

    Late Monday, a Washington, D.C., television station reported that the Salahis crashed a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Awards dinner on Sept. 26 at which Obama spoke. The station’s Web site quoted a foundation representative, Lance Jones, as saying the Salahis were escorted out by security guards after they were caught sitting at a table paid for by other donors.

    “Were we escorted out? Of course not,” Tareq Salahi scoffed. “That’s just another gossip, rumor, just unfortunately [the way] this story got started — through a gossip column.”

    The cable TV channel Bravo asked the caucus for permission to bring cameras into the event because they were evaluating potential cast members for the reality TV show “The Real Housewives of D.C.,” which Michaele Salahi has been trying to get on. The caucus denied Bravo’s request.

    The Salahis’ ties to the Beltway social scene apparently stem from Taleq Salahi’s stewardship of a failed family-owned vineyard in Virginia and participation in America’s Polo Cup events. Before last week the couple weren’t known in Washington social circles, and records show that Tareq Sahali gave just $1,600 in political contributions over the past nine years.

    On her Facebook page, Michaele Sahali expressed her desire to be famous: “Get Ready Kelly Ripa — Don’t you want a friend to tag team Regis!” She even wrote that she wanted to co-host TODAY.

    “We are certain we will be exonerated,” Tareq Salahi told Lauer.

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    These people are fucking pathetic. I think they actually irritate me more than Spencer Pratt and his amazing, living blow up doll.

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    “We were invited, not crashers,” she said. “There isn’t anyone that would have the audacity or the poor behavior to do that … certainly not us.”
    Except you and your husband, which is what created this mess.

    Late Monday, a Washington, D.C., television station reported that the Salahis crashed a Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Awards dinner on Sept. 26 at which Obama spoke. The station’s Web site quoted a foundation representative, Lance Jones, as saying the Salahis were escorted out by security guards after they were caught sitting at a table paid for by other donors.
    The Secret Service needs to take a few tips from the security guards that the Congressional Black Caucus hired. That's how you deal with uninvited guests. Give them the bum's rush with the quickness.

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    So they are black now too?

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    I wonder what time she got up this morning to look picture perfect at 7am since she spent an ungodly amount of time at the salon before the WH crashing.

    4am?
    3:30am??
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