I'll never throw away my blue jeans.
I never read 'The Cinderella Complex' - I'm too afraid that my name might be in it.
When you're the only girl in a family of men, you have to be pretty sassy.
Camp David is a wonderful place for the family to get away and run around and do goofy things.
Having to go through an intervention and family counseling is a wonderful experience. I would almost recommend it to anybody. It opens a lot of communication, and it opens old sores, but once it is opened and hashed out, the rewards are far greater.
I am still in touch with my Secret Service agents, most of whom are retired now. They really get to be your friends. They watched me grow up, and most of them had little kids, so I was kind of giving them a warm-up of what was coming.
My husband is a Democrat, and I am a Republican, so our political ambitions are on opposite ends.
I want somebody athletic, outgoing, at least two inches taller than I am, rugged, very outdoorsy, a leader, someone who would overpower me.
I'd love to sit down with Barbara Walters. She's always asking people about their personal lives. I'd like to see how she likes it.
I'm not sure I ever would write a memoir.
We all do make foolish mistakes.
Amy Carter, Chelsea Clinton and the Obama girls all had to change schools.
Eventually, I want to finish my degree.
I am criticized for getting jobs because of my name, but I only use it when I have to.
I date guys who are five, 10, 15 years older than I am.
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