She manages to get them out of their black suits, shoes and ties to change into shorts, tees and tennies, and to swap out their black earpieces for white headsets, so the girls and their friends would feel more comfortable. I deeply admire her healthy agenda for children and believe that she’s had a tremendous impact on our culture and awareness. I only wish that she liked politics more–perhaps she can use her significant influence in other constructive ways.
by Pam Aylmer (Lacey): She is candid and talks about her struggles to protect her girls from papparazi, and surprisingly, to buffer them from the intrusive Secret Service. I’d never considered how it would feel to have SS men shadowing me everywhere–she was inventive and designed a few ‘work-arounds’.