As everyone knows, the best parties result in subpoenas, and the Obama administration's first State Dinner is no exception. Tareq and Michaele Salahi, the budding reality-TV show stars whose party crash of last month's State Dinner became a national news story, will be subpoenaed by the House Homeland Security Committee, which oversees the Secret Service. Even though they will have invitations to the January 20 hearing, the Salahis won't exactly be the life of the party; their lawyer has said that the couple will invoke their Fifth Amendment rights. Desiree Rogers, the White House social secretary, will not be subpoenaed; despite encouragement by the ranking Republican, Peter King (R-NY), the committee voted 17-12 not to subpoena the embattled party planner.
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