Growing up in the White House isn’t as it seems on television, according to Chelsea Clinton.Â Daughter of President Bill Clinton and presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Chelsea shared what itâ€™s like to have a normal childhood in the White House on the Alli Simpson Show this week.
Chelsea thanked her parents for giving her an as normal life as possible while living at the White House, which she is aware is an extraordinary part of history in both America and the White House itself. “We had dinner together every night and my parents always welcomed my friends to come over and they would spend the night. We would play hide-and-go-seek and watch movies. They just tried to make it a normal home,” she shared.
“We had dinner together every night and my parents always welcomed my friends to come over and my friends would spend the night. We would play hide-and-go-seek and watch movies. They just tried to make it a normal home.”
Chelsea not only shares about her normal life in the White House with Alli, but also speaks on empowerment. “I think it is important for any group of people that historically have been marginalized or not given a voice are given a voice, are supported in having our voices heard whether that is women or minority communities or the Native American community or the LGBT community,” she shared.
To hear more about Chelsea Clinton’s interview on female empowerment, political issues, and the White House, listen to the Alli Simpson Show on Radio Disney on Friday, June 17th. The show runs from 7:00-10:00 PM PST and can be heard on Sirius/XM, TuneIn Radio, Aha Radio, and the Radio Disney App, among other platforms.