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Chelsea Clinton Joins Meghan McCain, Jenna Bush Hager in Journalism

From John F. Kennedy Jr. to Chelsea Clinton, presidents’ children—and the kids of would-be presidents—have had a long history of working in journalism.

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Eleanor Mondale

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Eleanor Mondale

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While her father was running for vice president alongside Jimmy Carter, Eleanor Mondale was pursuing a career in media, landing her first broadcast job as a DJ at a Chicago radio station. Mondale held many TV jobs, from an entertainment reporter in Minneapolis to a TV personality at E!, ESPN, and CBS’s This Morning. She continued working as the host of a morning radio show in Minneapolis until 2009, when the brain cancer that she’d gotten rid of in 2005 suddenly returned; she died this September.

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