White House Crashers Try To Crash Again

Proving conclusively that they have no shame, White House crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi were stopped by Secret Service last night trying to enter "a restricted area near the White House." Michaele wore mink. [ABC] » 5/20/10 10:40am 5/20/10 10:40am

White House Party Crashers Stay "Low Key"

Post-White House party-crash, says Tareq Salahi, "We have stayed quiet; we have stayed low key." That's why they're appearing on the next Real Housewives of D.C. And writing a book. And giving this interview. [Politico] » 4/09/10 3:30pm 4/09/10 3:30pm

Grand Jury Begins Probe Of Crashers

A grand jury has begun investigating the White House crashers, beginning with their hair stylists. Before the party, the Salahis reportedly spent several hours at a hair salon, surrounded by Real Housewives crew. The stylists will testify Tuesday. [NYDailyNews, WaPo] » 1/11/10 10:40am 1/11/10 10:40am

NBC Poll: Should The White House Gate Crashers Get More Exposure?

NBC has taken an online poll to see whether it should feature the Salahis on a reality show. Respondents could rate statements like, "They are train wreck characters who I would love to see more of." [Time] » 12/16/09 10:20am 12/16/09 10:20am

NY Times: We Take It Back: Washington, D.C. Actually Lame

Wait, what happened to "Washington, D.C. is suddenly hip again?" Because as of today, it's apparently somewhere between Windsor Castle, Imperial Japan, and one of those cotillions that requires both civilian and military escorts. For more sweeping generalizations, read on! » 12/10/09 1:40pm 12/10/09 1:40pm

"Lots Of People Just Come Anyways, They Won't Take No For An Answer"

That's embattled White House social secretary Desiree Rogers talking about party crashers - in July. Before everyone decided she was a combination of Icarus, Marie Antoinette and Goody Good, and Maureen Dowd got the chance to be adorably witty! » 12/07/09 1:20pm 12/07/09 1:20pm

White House Crashers Lose Watch To Landscaper, Further Rile Cheerleaders

The latest on the most ridiculous couple in the nation: now they've got cheerleaders, tax authorities and their landscaper mad at them. "We are all fortunate that this diplomatic celebration did not become a night of horror," says one politico: » 12/04/09 4:00pm 12/04/09 4:00pm

White House Crashers Talk "2 Minutes Of Fame," Refuse To Testify

Tareq and Michaele Salahi were "invited" to testify before Congress today about their party-crashing ways, but they say they won't be appearing. Also not planning to show: White House social secretary Desiree Rogers. » 12/03/09 11:00am 12/03/09 11:00am

6 Bullshit Claims Made By The White House Party Crashers

The more Michaele and Tareq Salahi try to tell their story of how they were "invited" to the White House, the more it looks like Swiss cheese. After the jump, we take apart some of their most ridiculous assertions. » 12/02/09 10:00am 12/02/09 10:00am

Jon Stewart Makes White House Crasher Story Less Sad, More Funny

The Daily Show came back from hiatus last night, and Jon made all the Salahi mayhem seem worth it just by yelling "fame whore assholes!" Hilarious clip after the jump. » 12/01/09 4:00pm 12/01/09 4:00pm

Meet Matthew Davis: The White House Crashers' Most Shameless Friend

Before their Today show appearance this morning, the White House crashers were supposed to appear on last night's Larry King... but they backed out and sent friends instead. The most ridiculous of these pals: Matthew Christian Davis. Let's meet him! » 12/01/09 11:00am 12/01/09 11:00am

White House Crashers Say They've "Been Misrepresented By The Media"

White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi went on the Today Show this morning to claim they were actually invited to last week's state dinner. Unsurprisingly, the White House and Secret Service disagree. » 12/01/09 9:30am 12/01/09 9:30am

White House Crashers Have Long History Of Ridiculousness, Malfeasance

As the White House and Secret Service determine whose head should roll for admitting Tareq and Michaele Salahi to Tuesday's state dinner, more revelations about the Salahis make it clear that White House gatecrashing hasn't been their only misstep. » 11/30/09 9:30am 11/30/09 9:30am