Bush Twins Say They're Enjoying Careers in NYC

Thursday, 12 May 2011 05:04 PM

 

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DALLAS (AP) — The twin daughters of former President George W. Bush say they're enjoying their careers in New York City.

Speaking at a luncheon to benefit a Dallas-based substance abuse center Thursday, Barbara Bush and Jenna Bush Hager said they're glad to be living in the same city again.

Hager said when people ask whether their father is happy after leaving the office, she replies that he's "just happy to be home."

George Bush and former first lady Laura Bush moved to Dallas after he left office.

Barbara Bush is chief executive officer and co-founder of Global Health Corps. Hager is a contributing correspondent on NBC's "Today" show.

More than 560 people attended the luncheon for the Nexus Recovery Center, a not-for-profit treatment center for women and adolescent girls.

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