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Author Jenna Bush Joins Today Show

jennabush.jpgConsidering Megan McCain‘s “high six figure” book deal and Liz Cheney‘s recent co-author role in her father’s memoir, the daughters of conservative politicians should form their own publishing imprint.

If such an imprint existed, it would be helmed by Jenna Bush Hager–two time author and now television news reporter. On today’s Morning Media Menu, we discussed the news that Jenna Bush (pictured, via), the daughter of President George W. Bush, will be joining The Today Show as a monthly contributor.

Here’s more from Politico: “[T]he show decided to give Hager a spin after she’d come off as a ‘natural presence’ in two previous appearances on Today to promote her book for young adults, ‘Ana’s Story,’ about a young woman born with HIV/AIDS.”

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Dick Cheney Sells His Memoir

225px-Richard_Cheney_2005_official_portrait.jpgFormer Vice President Dick Cheney has sold his memoir for a deal that’s “likely worth at least $2 million,” according to the AP. The book is scheduled for publication in early 2011, a few months after George W. Bush‘s memoir hits bookstores.

While writing, the former VP will collaborate with his daughter, Liz Cheney. The memoir will be published by the Threshold Editions at Simon & Schuster, an imprint edited by Republican political consultant and former Cheney adviser, Mary Matalin.

Here’s a statement from Cheney: “I’m persuaded there are a lot of interesting stories that ought to be told … I want my grandkids, 20 or 30 years from now, to be able to read it and understand what I did, and why I did it.”