Elisabeth Hasselbeck has whined her way to the White House.
After complaining on "The View" Tuesday morning that she did not receive her annual invitation to the White House Christmas Party — "Maybe I didn't do enough for the Republican party this year?" she speculated — Elisabeth received an apology and an invitation from the White House:
"Following today's live show, Elisabeth received a call from the The White House, and they both had a great conversation," Karl T. Nilsson, the executive publicity director of The View told Usmagazine.com. "The President's office apologized and explained that she and her husband were indeed invited to the White House for Christmas and were sorry that it did not arrive. It was simply an oversight."
Elisabeth had said she was "miffed" about the oversight, and that she had finally come to agree with her Bush-hating co-host Joy Behar for the day. Joy then demonstrated how she would respond if Bush were on "The View" set that day — by throwing her high heel at him.
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