DC Station Makes up Fake White House Invitation

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WUSA in Washington, DC had a bit of fun on the station's computer.

They made up a fake invitation to the White House and did if for more than a quarter of a million dollars less than the White House.

On their website they write: Can you tell the difference between White House invitations crafted by a quarter-million dollar calligraphy staff and the fake one we made using our station computer and printer for pocket change?

The computer printed invitation we made for our story would likely be spotted by Secret Service agents in a second, but when we asked you on Facebook and in person, most of you couldn't tell the difference.

"With the White House closing its doors to public tour groups in order to save money for the sequester, it's worth remembering some of the other costs the White House incurs annually," Harper wrote. "Despite sequestration, there's been no announcement of the White House scaling back on calligraphers."

By the way real one is on the right.