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A spokesman says White House gatecrasher Michaele Salahi's visit to the ABC daytime talk show "The View" ended in a backstage shouting match with co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
Michaele Salahi's dustup with Whoopi Goldberg was Topic A when the alleged White House gatecrasher and her fellow cast members from "The Real Housewives of D.C." appeared on Thursday's "Today" show.
A lawyer for accused White House gatecrasher Michaele Salahi (mih-KEL' sah-LAH'-heez) says producers of "The View" turned on the applause light for the audience when the show's Sherri Shepherd told Salahi that "you should be in jail."
A spokesman says White House gatecrasher Michaele Salahi's (mih-KEL' sah-LAH'-heez) visit to the ABC daytime talk show "The View" ended in a backstage shouting match with co-host Whoopi Goldberg.
President Barack Obama's visit has set a standard for "The View."
President Obama's appearance Thursday on "The View" struck me as such an incongruous idea that I had to watch it. The appearance once again raised questions about what it means to be "presidential" in our celebrity-obsessed culture.
Gipper appeal has found a new generation: Youthful heartthrob Nick Jonas of Jonas Brothers fame and Grammy-nominated singer Jordin Sparks reveal they are unabashed fans of former President Ronald Reagan.
President Obama on Thursday said the racial firestorm that led to the ouster of a black Agriculture Department official was a "phony controversy" generated by the media. He said his administration overreacted by forcing her out.