Michaele Salahi is ready to move on. She's sure the president is, too, because he's joked about her and her husband's infamous gatecrashing episode. And so she thinks the judicial system should be ready to move on, as well.

"To be honest, I don't know where it's at," she told The Associated Press Monday of the criminal investigation by a federal grand jury, which still could lead to prison time for the party-going, polo-loving couple from Virginia wine country. "But our attorneys have said to go on with our lives."  And if the president and vice president are joking about it," she added, "I think they're ready to move forward, too."

Far from staying quietly out of the spotlight, they are happily promoting the Aug. 5 debut of Bravo's "Real Housewives of D.C.," in which, judging from the first episode, Michaele takes center stage — along with the incident that got her into trouble.