Obama 'angry' about state dinner crashers

President Barack Obama is "seriously angry" about the state dinner party crashers that made their way passed the Secret Service at a dinner hosted for India.

In an interview with 60 Minutes, Obama said the security breach was a "screw up" that won't happen again.

But Obama refused to single out White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers, whom some have criticized for not posting a White House official at the Secret Service checkpoint

"I was unhappy with everybody who was involved in the process," Obama said when asked about Rogers. "And so, it was a screw up."

The White House has turned down requests for Rogers to testify before congress about the security lapse. Democrats on the House Homeland Security Committee blocked a Republican attempt to subpoena her.

When CBS's Steve Kroft asked Obama whether he was "seriously angry," the president responded affirmatively.

"Yes," he said. "That's why it won't happen again."

But Obama also seemed to take a shot at the media for blowing the event out of proportion.

"I don't think that from a policy perspective, this was the most important thing or even the fifth or sixth most important thing that happened this week, although it got the most news."