Skip to comments.Bush Daughter Jenna Hager becomes 'Today' Reporter
Posted on 08/30/2009 1:15:34 PM PDT by madison10
NBC's Today Show has hired someone with White House experience as a new correspondent---former First Daugher, Jenna Hager...
The daughter of former President George W. Bush will contribute stories about once a month on issues like education to television's top-rated morning news show, said Jim Bell, its executive producer...
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oy. Godspeed, kiddo.
WTF?????. Good Luck.
Well, jobs ARE hard to find these days. A person has to take whatever they can get.
Oh, I get it..the token conservative like Liz Hasselbeck on the View, on the most liberal network aside from ABC. Good luck, J.
What????????????????? Fox isn’t hiring?
I am sure the hiring decision
was based solely on her qualifications.
Have a nice day!
We’ve only watched Conan three times since he took over The Tonight Show. The last two viewings were last week; he made lame and unfunny Pres. Bush and Sarah Palin jokes. Even the audience barely laughed. I guess we won’t see any Obama jokes, will we? LAME.
Don't trust them, Jenna..
Megan McCain seething in jealously, film at a 11:00.
Still no NBC for me ...
Luke Russert worked out so well...I’m guessing Jenna can actually do the job.
We’ve never watched it since Conan took over.
What, NBC has news?
Jenna’s gone over to the Dark Side. Escape, Jenna, while your mind is still yours.
She should do a story on how Obama and the Dems are killing the school voucher system and charter schools that offer the urban kids in DC their best chance of a good education. I’m sure that will fly with her new boss. /s/
Is she a conservative? Her father is only conservative on a few issues. Even if HE were it doesn’t mean a daughter would hold the same positions.
Token Republican maybe with, they hope, buzz to follow given her name. Beyond that I have no idea where she stands on any issue.
Jenna stuck by her dad and became a liberal.
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