Tareq Salahi, Michaele Salahi Tareq Salahi, Michaele Salahi

White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi might be subpoenaed to testify before the House Committee on Homeland Security on Thursday after they declined the invitation to explain their actions before the panel, The Associated Press reports.

The Salahis said in a statement that they have fully cooperated with lawmakers in their probe into the security breach at last week's state dinner and "therefore respectfully decline to testify."

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The White House took some responsibility for the mix-up in a memo issued to staffers on Wednesday by Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina.

"After reviewing our actions, it is clear that the White House did not do everything we could have done to assist the United States Secret Service in ensuring that only invited guests enter the complex," he wrote.