Today in weird interviews, Jenna Bush Hager chatted with Bill Clinton on the Today show, where she is now a correspondent. While they mostly talked about his work in Haiti, the obligatory personal jabber near the end, when Jenna asked about Chelsea's wedding, caught my attention.
I thought Bill was going to cry, and then he quoted George W. Bush, saying: "You know it [seeing your child marry] proves you've done what you were supposed to do, but it doesn't make it entirely easy." Now, I might expect that sentiment from W., but Bill? If a child marrying symbolizes a parenting job well done, then what about a child not marrying?