Apparently, the President Obama wanted wannabe reality stars at his first White House State Dinner.
At least, that's how Michaele and Tareq Salahi tell it.
The pair of potential Real Housewives of D.C. stars appeared on the Today show this morning—for free, they insisted—telling Matt Lauer they have emails to prove they had a right to attend last Tuesday evening's big event.
"I am certain we'll be completely exonerated," Tareq said.
The Virginia couple admits they couldn't go into too much detail, as they are cooperating with the Secret Service and "working on their timeline" through their investigation. Once that's complete, they plan to come to New York City to sit with Lauer in person.
"We're going to show you documentation from emails that you'll get a chance to see," Tareq teased. "In our views, it's clear to us. Based on the timeline, I think the American public is actually going to be extremely surprised with all the details that went from beginning to end into what was supposed to be a lovely, beautiful evening, a lifetime memory."
However, before that can happen, the duo will face a House committee and even more rumors about their bash-blasting ways.