"[Tareq] Salahi has the dubious designation of being one of the least popular people we've ever polled," Public Policy Polling's Tom Jensen said of the White House-crashing reality star's potential run for the Virginia governorship.
Tareq Salahi, the former The Real Housewives of D.C. star has been flirting with a run in Virginia, since last fall, but clashed with the state party over signing a pledge, required for all Republican candidates, to support the eventual nominee. Now he's in.
Tareq Salahi, one half of the couple that famously crashed a White House party while filming for The Real Housewives of D.C., has once again forced his way into our collective consciousness by announcing that he's considering a run for the Virginia governorship.
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Despite her husband's report that she was kidnapped, she does not want to go home!
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