The versatile and talented Dana Perino is to release a new book in May 2015. She was President George W. Bush’s Press Secretary during his term in office.
Dana Perino is smart, intelligent and wise beyond her years. Dana Perino is currently to be seen on Fox News in the capacity of a talk show host.
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But this fearless lady used to be President Bush’s Press Secretary once upon a time. And at present she is about to start work on a book which will arrive on store shelves by May 2015.
Dana Perino's book is a frank opening of the self to others via penmanship. And it will also help others help themselves through self-analysis and courageous action. The title of the packed-with-pages bestseller will be “And the Good News Is…”
Perino has issues with Scott McClellan’s book which appeared a few years ago. In that book he had revealed all about the Bush administration and made the Neoconservatives look like a bunch of opportunists.
Dana Perino feels differently about the whole matter and wants to portray her side of the story about the controversial president. According to Perino, she was literally devastated by what was written in McClellan’s book.
She remembers how President Bush told her to forget about it since the book would be buried in the trash bin of history within a period of three weeks. Despite her insistence the president told her to let it go.
“No buts,” Perino quoted Bush. “I don’t want you to live bitterly. I want you to let it go. This book is not going to be remembered in about three weeks.”
Meanwhile, Dana Perino’s book deal will present the president along with his White House staff in quite a different light. She found him to be a solid personality with a lot of sense and strength in his soul.
Unlike the betrayer McClellan, Perino has only good memories about her stint with the leader of the free world. For a period of two years, Perino served Bush wholeheartedly and with dedication.
Now though she hosts “The Five” on Fox News. She and some other anchors get together to discuss stuff of human interest in the show.