At least one member of the band Journey was spotted on a journey inside the White House, chatting with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders during a Thursday visit.
Jonathan Cain, a keyboardist for the band and the co-writer of the 1981 mega-hit “Don’t Stop Believin’” was seen standing by Sanders as his wife appeared to be in conversation with the White House spokeswoman.
To all those who have asked @margbrennan about Journey, here’s a photo of @SHSanders45 chatting with @Paula_White and @TheJonathanCain. pic.twitter.com/qqWVsIfjr5
— Jillian Hughes (@JillianBHughes) July 27, 2017
Sanders didn’t return ITK’s request for comment.
CBS News’s Margaret Brennan had tweeted earlier Thursday about eyeing some of Journey’s members in the White House briefing room.
Members of the band Journey were just spotted in the White House briefing room. That is all.
— margaret brennan (@margbrennan) July 27, 2017
Cain’s wife, Paula White, has reportedly served as President Trump’s longtime religious advisor.
Cain, 67, isn’t the only Journey member with a White House connection. Guitarist Neal Schon is married to former “Real Housewives of D.C.” star Michaele Salahi, who became known as a “White House crasher” in 2009 after she and her then-husband attended a White House state dinner sans a formal invitation.