In testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee today, Secret Service director Mark Sullivan said his agency, and not unavailable-to-testify Social Secretary Desirée Rogers, deserves all the blame for the incident that allowed two fame whores to sneak into the White House State Dinner. The three agents who let the Salahis in have been "placed on administrative leave," presumably to be retrained in the art of how to check a guest list. [ABC News]
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