By Erica Tempesta For Dailymail. Bush, was president, and the former first daughters are looking back on everything from trying to change their dad's mind about gay marriage to what it was like to learn that Saddam Hussein's sons kept photos of them in their gym. Opening up: Jenna Bush Hager left and Barbara Bush right give a behind-the-scenes look at their lives as first daughters in an excerpt from their new memoir, Sisters First. Looking back: Barbara pictured with Jenna in recalled having Secret Service agents sitting outside her dorm room at Yale University after the deaths of Saddam Hussein's sons. Even though we were clothed, the news was chilling.
The girls were allegedly seen running naked down the hallway at their hotel and told to cut short their visit by the US embassy in the Argentine capital. The trip got off to a bad start when Barbara had her purse and mobile stolen in a restaurant soon after their flight landed. Follow Metro. Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter Share this article via messenger Share this with Share this article via email Share this article via flipboard Copy link.
And what was it like to do that with your twin sister? President George W. Here is an excerpt from the book, where Jenna shares some really good reasons for never googling yourself.
If she and her husband, President George W. Bush, "never saw their pictures in the paper again, we'd be a lot happier," she added. No sooner had the first lady spoken than Talk magazine editor Tina Brown let it be known that she would proceed with a satirical fashion spread, using lookalike models, depicting her daughters as jailbirds. This raises a fundamental question: Do these young women have any legal remedies? Before addressing the question, let us first look at the facts - and at the media attention that obviously troubles the first lady.