Jenna, I think, is a little more in line with her parents, the marriage in Texas, the Today show job.
I think she has a nuanced sense of the world, she’s part of the East Coast intellectual elite, she went to Yale and hung out in New York City.” And, said the acquaintance: “Yale is obviously one of the least conservative Ivies.”Still, the news was momentous, largely because it reinforced yet again the idea that gay marriage is perhaps inevitable.
After all, if the most famously religious president in modern history can’t convince his own daughter that marriage ought to be between a man and a woman, whom can he rely on to spread the conservative message about “family values”?
(In fact, to some, the startling thing may be not that there are so many gay men around Bush but that they’re surprisingly edgy, cool, gay men.
Even back at Yale, said yet another classmate, a gay man whose politics couldn’t be further from George W.
Neither sister can envision a reality in which they would have worked for their father’s administration, as Ivanka Trump has done.
Both say they wouldn’t have wanted to, but even if they hadn’t been too young, “I think regardless, Dad probably wouldn’t have us work in the White House,” says Jenna.
The election was what prompted them to write the book, says Jenna, as a way of celebrating sisterhood.
“If women everywhere had this, felt this empowerment — whether it’s through a sibling or a friend or a colleague or whatever it is — maybe we’d be in a place where we felt better about the state of women in our country,” Jenna says.
Do I think she was a party girl any more so than any other girl of that social stature? I never saw her out of control…She had her s--- together.”During a summer vacation, Bush interned at white-hot design firm Proenza Schouler, where she did well and, indeed, seemed to have her s--- together.