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White House / State Dinner / Security / A Discussion #953548

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009
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(Studio: Tom Foreman, Randi Kaye) Breaking news on the mind-boggling security breach at last night White House state dinner in which an uninvited couple intruded into the festivities discussed; various video & photos shown of Tareq & Michaele Salehi††.

(Studio: Tom Foreman) Earlier discussion held with "Washington Post" staff writer Roxanne Roberts & CNN homeland security analyst Frances Townsend about the White House security breach. [ROBERTS - says there was security failure at a checkpoint; states they are reality TV stars behaving in reality-type ways.] [TOWNSEND - explains the check-in procedure; agrees this is an enormous breach of security & a felony if they lied to get into the state dinner.]

(Studio: Tom Foreman; no location given: Sanjay Gupta) Telephone discussion held about the dinner event. the mingling crowd, how people were just floating around presented; various footage from the festivities shown.

Randi, Tom Foreman,;
Foreman, Tom;
Gupta, Sanjay

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