White House security breaches like the Salahis’ infamous crashing of the State Dinner aren't new. In fact, the Secret Service has a lengthy history of them dating back to the Carter administration. The Washington Post has obtained a summary of a secret 2003 report, meant to be used as a training guide for the Secret Service, which catalogs these transgressions. The most notorious gatecrasher is Richard C. Weaver, who got past security to shake George W. Bush's hand at his inauguration, slipped into a prayer breakfast attended by then-president George H.W. Bush, and also somehow got access to Clinton's 1997 inaugural luncheon. In a 1982 incident, known as The Family Outing, an uninvited family of four drove up to the White House in a minivan and were let onto the grounds after a simple honk of the horn.