White House & Tareq Salahi

The White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States. Tareq Dirgham Salahi (born May 26, 1969, in Washington, D.C.) is a former American vintner, public official, and television personality. 5.0/5

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White House party crasher, Tareq Salahi, fails to make the ballot in Eric Cantor's 7th Congressional District.
White House party crasher and failed winery owner Tareq Salahi is running for Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s seat in the U.S. House. REMEMBER
When it comes to over-the-top publicity stunts, former "Real Housewives of D.C." star Michaele Holt Salahi could write the book. Salahi, who is perhaps best known for successfully crashing a 2009 White House dinner with then-husband Tareq Salahi, married Journey guitarist Neal Schon on Sunday in wha...
ABC News Banner Know When To Fold 'Em: Wave of Retirements Sweep Congress December 18, 2013 08:37 AM By MICHAEL FALCONE ( ) NOTABLES AND THEN THERE WERE THREE: Three members of Congress - one veteran Democratic House member, Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah, and two Republicans - Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., and Rep. Tom Latham, R-Iowa - announced yesterday that they will not be seeking re-election in 2014. As ABC's RICK KLEIN notes, Republicans have long targeted Matheson, who represents one of the most conservative districts in the country now represented by a Democrat. (Republican Mia Love came close to upsetting Matheson last year and is running again next year). Meanwhile, Democrats have long coveted Wolf's northern Virginia seat, where changing demographics have moved things blue. ENTER TAREQ SALAHI: Almost as soon as Rep. Wolf announced his retirement, the man best known for crashing a State Dinner at the White House launched a bid for his seat, according to ABC's ANNETA KONSTANTINIDES. Tareq Salahi announced ...
top of my list of "people I want to go away in 2014" is Kanye West. But now I just learned that Tareq Salahi is running to be a Congressman. (annoying White House wedding crasher guy turned reality TV star who's wife later left him for a rock star) so now I have to put him back on my list but I'm not sure if he kicks Kanye out of the top spot.
Tareq Salahi is trying to go from being an alleged White House party crasher to a regular guest at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, RumorFix is reporting
A Singh and a Miss Even a state visit by India's prime minister can't save a relationship with Washington that's dangerously off-base. By Michael Kugelman, Sept. 27, The Foreign Policy Nearly four years ago, Barack Obama hosted the first State Dinner of his presidency in honor of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. That event, however, was soon overshadowed by the exploits of Michaele and Tareq Salahi, two Washington socialites who crashed the dinner, embarrassing the White House and dominating headlines for days. Sadly, this wasn't so surprising: something always seems to be stealing the U.S.-India relationship's thunder. On Friday, Obama once again hosted Singh at the White House, at a time when many Indians believe their country still sits on the backburner of U.S. priorities in South Asia. Several high-level visits from U.S. officials, including Vice President Joseph Biden in July, have done little to change that perception. Secretary of State John Kerry's lackluster June trip to India, for example, ...
Many Invited, Few Chosen David A. Sargent Michaele and Tareq Salahi made headlines recently when they attended a State Dinner on the White House South Lawn in honor of the prime minister of India. According to Secret Service Direction Mark Sullivan, the Salahis should have been prohibited from entering the dinner that was given by President Barack Obama. Why? Their names were not on the guest list! Although the Salahis insist they were invited, White House officials state they were not. The incident is under investigation. Keith Wishum recently related these news items to a much more important "dinner"! Jesus compared God's kingdom to a wedding party thrown by a king for his son (see Matthew 22:1-14). Jesus shocked people accustomed to the idea that only the chosen could enter God's kingdom by suggesting that God has invited everyone to sit at His table. "Go to the street corners and invite to the banquet anyone you find," were the instructions from the king (22:9). Yet, even in this story, there are requ ...
Famous Divorces Divorces 1 - 1 of 1 2012 - The man known primarily for gatecrashing the White House, Tareq Salahi (42) divorces socialite Michaele Salahi (46) due to adultery, desertion and construction desertion
White House party crasher and joke of a reality star Tareq Salahi will launch an "independent Republican" bid for Governor of Virginia, Bearing Drift reports. Salahi decided against challenging Ken Cuccinelli at the Republican Party's convention in May. A local NBC affiliate has more: White House Pa...
This is how you Democrats want your taxdollars spent? Are you nuts. He has spent triple what the Bush's spent. Such arrogance and sense of entitlement when our country's economy is failing. Unbelievable. The Obama extravaganza two years ago for Mexican President Felipe Calderon, which included a performance by pop star Beyonce, cost $969,793, or more than $4,700 per attendee, the documents show. The Calderon dinner was held on the South Lawn in a massive tent adorned with decorated walls, hanging chandeliers, carpeting and a stage for Beyonce's performance. Guests rode private trolley cars from the White House to the tent. Celebrity guest chef Rick Bayless from Chicago’s Topolobampo restaurant was imported to prepare Oaxacan black mole, black bean tamalon and grilled green beans. The dinner for the prime minister of India -- which was famously crashed by Virginia couple Michaele and Tareq Salahi -- cost nearly half a million dollars. Dinners for Chinese President Hu Jintao and British Prime Minister Dav ...
'Real Housewives' Michaele, Tareq Salahi reach divorce settlement The Real Housewives of DC stars Michaele Salahi and Tareq Salahi have finalized their divorce. The couple - who became famous by gatecrashing a White House gala - made headlines earlier this year when Michaele left Tareq for Journey guitarist Neal Schon. © NBC Universal © Rex Features / Brian Rasic Tareq ultimately filed for divorce on the grounds that his wife had carried on "an adulterous relationship" with Schon. Michaele has now confirmed to Page Six that she and Tareq reached a divorce settlement on Monday (August 20). "I engaged with Tareq... to get resolution with him for our divorce to proceed at the court yesterday. I am happy I did so, and all is resolved," she said. Schon added that he is happy that he can now live his life "with the woman [he] love[s]". Michaele and Schon announced their intention to marry soon after the Salahis split.
Real Housewives of DC Legal Love Triangle Ends as Tareq Salahi and Neal Schon Reach Agreement Phew. The Real Housewives of DC’s nastiest love triangle has finally come to a close. Tareq Salahi (known for crashing the 2009 White House State Dinner with his wife) sued Journey guitarist Neal Schon for $50 million after Michaele Salahi decided to ditch the winemaker for the musician. After a lengthy process, Tareq and Neal have now finally reached a settlement. According to TMZ, details on the settlement are confidential but a rep for Journey said, “Neal Schon and Journey are very pleased with the resolution of all legal issues and claims involving Mr. Salahi … While a judge previously dismissed Mr. Salahi’s claims on two separate occasions, all matters have now been finally resolved.” Reportedly, Michaele is “very pleased” to move forward in divorcing Tareq.
Even though a judge in Warren County, Va. struck down Tareq Salahi's lawsuit against Journey guitarist Neal Schon yesterday, the one-time White House gatecrasher isn't giving up in his pursuit of financial relief in exchange for Schon absconding with his estranged wife, Michaele. Washingtonian's Ca...
TV personality and White House party crasher Tareq Salahi "has the dubious designation of being one of the least popular people we've ever polled," according to a survey released Thursday by Public Policy Polling. Salahi, who announced in April that he was considering a campaign as a Republican cand...
Gov. Tareq Salahi? He hopes so. The former “Real Housewives of D.C.” star has announced that he’s running for governor of Virginia. In his official declaration of candidacy, which TMZ posted online Wednesday, Salahi identifies himself as a Republican. A rep confirms that he is indeed seeking office...
Alexandra Petri: Tareq Salahi is running for governor?: How did former White House gate-crasher Tareq Salahi de...
Guess who is running for Governor of Virginia? Former 'Real Housewives of DC' Star & White House crasher Tareq Salahi:
White House Gate Crasher to Run for Virginia Governor: (RICHMOND, Va.) — White House gate crasher Tareq Salahi says he plans to run f...
Tareq Salahi of Front Royal has filed for candidacy as a Republican in next year's contest.
White House crasher and 'Real Housewives of DC' star Tareq Salahi running for ...: White House party crasher and...
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