White House gate-crasher ready for her close-up

Michaele Salahi is ready to move on. She is sure President Barack Obama is, too, because he has joked about her and her husband`s infamous White House gate-crashing episode.

New York: Michaele Salahi is ready to move on. She is sure President Barack Obama is, too, because he has joked about her and her husband`s infamous White House gate-crashing episode. And so she thinks the judicial system should be ready to move on, as well.
"To be honest, I don`t know where it`s at," she told The
Associated Press, speaking of the criminal investigation by a
federal grand jury, which still could lead to prison time for
the party-going, polo-loving couple from Virginia`s wine
country. "But our attorneys have said to go on with our
lives."

"And if the president and vice president are joking about
it," she added, "I think they`re ready to move forward, too."

Certainly the Salahis are taking their attorneys` advice.

Far from staying quietly out of the spotlight, they are
happily promoting the Aug 5 debut of Bravo`s "Real Housewives
of DC," in which, judging from the first episode, Michaele
takes center stage, along with the incident that got her into
trouble.
"I can`t wait!" Salahi said in a telephone interview
Monday.

"This is full circle for me. I think the world will see
that we`re not just about that one night. We`re not just two
people who went to a dinner."

It was a state dinner given by Obama and his wife
Michelle for Manmohan Singh, India`s prime minister, and his
wife, Gursharan Kaur.

PTI

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