White House Party Crashers Looking to Sell Story
Michaele and Tareq Salahi want a lot of cash to spill how they were able to sneak into the White House state dinner last week.
-Margeaux Baulch Klein
Michaele and Tareq Salahi, the husband and wife who crashed last week’s White House State dinner without an invitation, are currently trying to their story to network news stations for thousands of dollars, the Associated Press reports.
The Salahis reportedly want at least six figures to do an interview about how they were able to sneak past Secret Service and the White House’s security in order to mingle and dine with President Obama, VP Joe Biden, and others at the formal dinner held on the White House’s South Lawn in honor of the Indian prime minister.
It is unclear what the couple told officers at the checkpoint that allowed them to go through the security screening. However, this isn’t the couple’s first brush with fame. Michaele Salahi’s Facebook “fan page,” created long before she and husband Tareq crashed the White House, is filled with photos of her posing with celebrities. She is said to be auditioning for Bravo’s The Real Housewives of D.C. (Fox News)