Tareq Salahi: 'We did not crash the White House'
"This has been the most devastating thing that has ever happened to us," Tareq Salahi told NBC's "Today" show on Tuesday morning.
Read more about the White House state dinner crashers' first public appearance on Lisa de Moraes' TV Column blog.
White House spokesman Robert Gibbs was also on the show.
"They were not on the list," he told host Matt Lauer, adding: "This is not a misunderstanding. You do not show up at the White House as a 'misunderstanding'."
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December 1, 2009; 7:47 AM ET
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