The White House Party Crashers Did Not Crash The Party

December 1, 2009 / Posted by:

Tareq and Michaele Salahi, the White House party crashers, went on Today this morning to extend their 15 seconds of fame (and I’m falling for it). The Salahis are in talks to join the cast of The Real Housewives of DC, which is on Bravo. Bravo and NBC are brother and sister. Today is on NBC. You do the math.

Even though both the White House and the Secret Service say the Salahis were not invited to last week’s state dinner, they claim they were. Michaele then said a bunch of things that she really should have saved for amateur comedy night. Michaele said that the accusations of them being party crashers has destroyed everything they’ve worked so hard for (HA!) and that their homes have been invaded by the media (HA! HA!). Michaele continued to whine that they have been misrepresented by paparazzi forums (HA! HA! HA!). And finally, she promised that the truth will definitely come out (PRIZE WINNING JOKE AT THE APOLLO!).

Tareq and Michaele are providing documents and e-mails to the Secret Service and are confident that their names will be cleared.

I hope that Bravo’s cameras are rolling when Michaele hands the Secret Service an e-mail from an exiled Nigerian prince promising them an invitation to the state dinner in exchange for $10,000US.

And Ken Paves should’ve crashed this interview to moisturize that bitch’s thirstay weave.

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