Apparently I'm not the only person who can't get decent housing in DC....
Jenna Bush and three girlfriends, with whom she wants to share a home, coveted a 4,500-square-foot, four-bedroom house in the charming Cleveland Park section of the city. But they were rejected.
The owners? New York Times Paris bureau chief Elaine Isoline and her husband, lawyer Andrew Plump.
They had no political problem with the young Republican. But reports of Jenna's partying while in college was not a big plus for the Paris-based pair, our source claims. The necessity for a Secret Service presence with electronic surveillance may not have been a hit either, the source adds.