Former First Daughters Jenna And Barbara Bush Needed “Comfort” Following Racist Trump’s 2016 Win

Only racists and star struck reality TV nut fans felt joy in November of 2016 when racist, conman and reality TV clown in orange makeup became our President.  The fake billionaire is not respected or accepted by the five living former presidents or their families.   Former first daughters Jenna and Barbara Bush needed “comfort'” following Donald Trump’s win over Hilary Clinton. jenna_bush5According to PEOPLE, the 35-year-old’s were together the morning after the election, writing in their upcoming memoir, “… filled with gratitude that we had each other for comfort.”

In the book,“Sisters First: Stories from Our Wild and Wonderful Life,” the twins share intimate stories from their childhood. They also reflect about their time in the White House — a place they called home from 2001 to 2009 — a period they say was when D.C. was a “gentler place.”

In an interview with PEOPLE, Jenna said, “With our grandfather and our dad, there was a softer side and I do hope it goes back to that.”


However, Barbara stopped short of putting the blame of the intense political climate on President Trump saying, “I don’t think it can be blamed only on him.”


Jenna is currently a correspondent on NBC’s “Today” show and Barbara runs a healthcare nonprofit she co-founded.


“Sisters First” will be released on October 24th.


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