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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

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Dick Cheney showed up at a White House dinner unannounced but V.P. Joe Biden took care of the situation.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Vice-President Joe Biden has always been one to speak what's on his mind and he certainly let everyone know at a recent state dinner given in honor of Portugal's President Joey Maracas.

The guests had all had dinner and were dancing in The Carrie Ann Inaba Commemorative Ballroom when the vice-president noticed former Vice-President Dick Cheney at the window.

After opening the window Biden asked Cheney what in the world he was doing sneaking around the White House grounds.

Cheney said that he was just feeling lonely and he thought he would try the old White House gate code and was surprised that it still worked.

Biden told him that the president was supposed to have changed the code but he must have forgotten.

Cheney asked Biden if he could come inside. Biden told him that he most certainly could not.

The former vice-president raised his voice and demanded to be let in. The vice-president said no way José. And after Cheney asked again, Biden yelled out "Shut up! Cheney. And get the hell off the White House property before I have our secret service agents arrest you."

SIDENOTE: Cheney took off running like John Goodman chasing after a large bag of marshmallows.

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