Bush Twins Get Involved With Campaign

First lady likes to see daughters get involved

America is seeing more of President Bush's twin daughters -- and their mother is happy about it. Jenna and Barbara Bush have decided to take an active role in their dad's re-election campaign. And first lady Laura Bush says she's delighted. She tells NBC she gave them some simple advice -- "Stand up straight and keep your hair out of your eyes." In the past, the president and his wife hadn't appreciated the media attention attracted by their daughters, who are now 22. As for why they decided to take part, their mother says they found the race "very tough when they're watching from the sidelines."

The first lady also says she thinks John Kerry and John Edwards are attacking her husband on Iraq because they don't have an answer themselves. And she says there's no truth to the rumors that her husband will find a new running mate.