VIDEO: Jenna Bush Hager Reveals Chat She Had With Dad About Alcohol That Changed How She Views Drinking

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Jenna Bush Hager got candid about a talk she had with President George W. Bush 20 years ago about alcohol that changed her views on drinking.

“I’ll never forget I was in Maine for my cousin’s wedding. … We went for a walk, and he said, ‘I just want to talk to you about drinking — and I found in my life it got in the way of the things that mattered most — and I want to make sure that you just know that it can and be aware of it,’”Jenna shared during a segment on the “TODAY with Hoda [and] Jenna” Wednesday. It all happened during a part of the show when the two were discussing how Ben Affleck opened up about his divorce and struggle with alcohol addiction. (RELATED: Here’s A Look Back At George H.W. Bush’s Life In Pictures)

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“I think at the time I probably was like, ‘I’m not even hungover,’” she added. “But I do think it was such a model to me about how I want to parent that, just to be transparent about either things that have happened in our family’s past or things that you know your kids, that can happen to your kids.”

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