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I interviewed the White House party crashers

I don't want to oversell things, but there's a chance the above video might be the only one in the world featuring a member of Journey, John Walsh, the White House party crashers and former Skins offensive coordinator Al Saunders.

It has something to do with polo. All I remember was Michaele, the female party crasher and fake ex-Redskins cheerleader, driving me and former Comcast SportsNet producer Adam Littlefield, up some back Loudoun County hill on a golf cart to a cabin to interview some Journey guitarist about polo. And me asking Saunders which of his players would be best on a polo pony. And John Walsh talking about Tiger Woods.

Tareq Salahi, the male party crasher, appears around the 2:30 mark.

Oh, and as Michaele drove us up that hill, she was shouting "Hi beautiful people!" at the crowd.

"It's not a frumpy crowd; it's a good-looking crowd," she told us. "Not that it matters, but it's nice to look at people who are easy on the eyes."

By Dan Steinberg  |  November 30, 2009; 1:57 PM ET
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I think we should send these kooks and the ballon-boy family off to an island for a Survivor-like showdown. Except on this show there's no end-game. Society no longer has to put up with them, and they remain famous for the rest of their lives. Win-win.

Posted by: Tom703 | November 30, 2009 2:43 PM | Report abuse

This is one of the first things I thought of when I heard the polo connection.

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