Let's Hope She Wears It Well It was inevitable. As election results made it clear that Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) would be the next Speaker of the House, media profiles focused on her designer suits. Does anyone ask what sort of suit the rumpled Rep. Dennis Hastert wears?
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Let's Hope She Wears It Well

Let's Hope She Wears It Well

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It was inevitable. As election results made it clear that Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) would be the next Speaker of the House, media profiles focused on her designer suits. Does anyone ask what sort of suit the rumpled Rep. Dennis Hastert wears?

I: I don't want to alarm you guys, but it's a possibility. After all, as the politicos turn their attention to the 2008 presidential election, all eyes will be on at least one woman with a shot at the White House, and that's enough to keep the fashion writers busy for quite a while.

(SOUNDBITE OF DIMITRI FROM PARIS)

I: How do I look?

I: Very good. I must say, I'm amazed.

: That's Dimitri from Paris and this is NPR News.

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