Middle East studies in the News
Khalidi Pals Whine About Unwanted Attention
by Joy Tiz
White House party crashers and Khalidi Rashidi associates, Tareq and Michaele Salahi are insisting that they did not crash the fete but were invited guests.
This revlation came during a whinefest on NBC's Today show. The publicity obsessed couple hoping to score a show on Bravo are now bleating about unwanted attention.
"Everything we worked for . . . for me 44 years, it's been destroyed," according to Michaele.
This from the couple who managed to run the family business into the ground and are defendants in multiple lawsuits for not paying the bills for their lavish lifestyle.
Predictably, the left is trying to make the Secret Service the cultprits in this caper. It's looking more probable that they were helped by a White House insider:
"White House social secretary Desiree Rogers, a close friend of the Obamas, is in the hot seat over the breach, with ranking Homeland Security Committee member Rep. Pete King (R-Long Island) calling for her to explain why no one from her office was at the gate the crashers entered."
We really ought to know how pro Palestinian Rashid Khalidi pal got himself into the White House and why beyond the obvious publicity seeking.Note: Articles listed under "Middle East studies in the News" provide information on current developments concerning Middle East studies on North American campuses. These reports do not necessarily reflect the views of Campus Watch and do not necessarily correspond to Campus Watch's critique.
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