Party crashers will plead fifth if subpoenaed

The White House "party crashers" will plead the fifth if they're called before the House Homeland Security Committee, First Read reports. 

A lawyer for the couple reportedly indicated to chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) that his clients would invoke their right against self-incrimination if asked about how they got into a state dinner without being invited.

The committee will vote tomorrow on whether to subpoena the couple, who turned down a non-binding request to testify.


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