New Jersey Housewives Call White House Crashers "Irresponsible"
The Real Housewives of New Jersey may flip tables, they would never do what the White House crashers did last Tuesday.
When Usmagazine.com asked the Bravo stars what they thought of Michaele and Tareq Salahi -- the fame-seeking couple who successfully made their way past security at a White House state dinner, coming face-to-face with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden -- they were none too pleased.
"It's a little crazy," Teresa Giudice told Us at the My Hero Gala in NYC Tuesday. "I wouldn't go to any place I wasn't invited to. It's poor etiquette. It's not my style."
The Salahis, who are reportedly aspiring cast members of the upcoming Real Housewives of D.C. series, have allegedly been shopping their story to networks for hundreds of thousands of dollars, the Associated Press reports.
"There are plenty of ways to get your 15 minutes," Caroline Manzo told Us. "I thought it was irresponsible -- very irresponsible. We are at a time of war and what message does that send to those who want to do us harm?"
Caroline's younger sister Dina Manzo agrees.
"I don't care if it's the White House or your next door neighbor and you're not invited, you don't show up," she told Us. "It's really not the right thing to do."
The Secret Service is still considering launching a criminal investigation against the crashing couple.