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  • The gate-crasher controversy provided the Obamas with a good excuse to show their stylish friend the door.

    The Obama Diaries

  • The gate-crasher controversy provided the Obamas with a good excuse to show their stylish friend the door.

    The Obama Diaries

  • I entertained a small conceit that in some way a part of me belonged in Hong Kong, but I was beginning to feel like a gate-crasher.

    One From The Hart

  • When the infamous White House gate-crasher floated the notion of running for D.C. mayor, we basically blew it off.

    No joke, third White House crasher Carlos Allen is actually running for mayor

  • The gate-crasher controversy provided the Obamas with a good excuse to show their stylish friend the door.

    The Obama Diaries

  • The gate-crasher controversy provided the Obamas with a good excuse to show their stylish friend the door.

    The Obama Diaries

  • The third gate-crasher at November's White House state dinner is now being identified this morning as Washington, D.C. event planner Carlos Allen.

    CNN Transcript Jan 6, 2010

  • President Obama has made the headlines constantly ... for his Afghanistan speech; for scheduling a key visit to the Copenhagen climate change summit; and of course for the White House state dinner for the Indian Prime Minister (and its sari-clad gate-crasher).

    Farai Chideya: American Journalism: Think Globally, Build Trust Locally

  • A troll is the equivalent of a gate-crasher at a party who then turns on the others there and starts verbally abusing them.

    Why ban trolls?

  • His growth as a character, from meek schoolteacher to desperate gate-crasher to blood-drenched hero, is a pleasure to watch!

    Organizm (aka Living Hell) (2008)

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