Although they have quite a few things in common, there are differences.
Dee Dee Sorvino and Monica Samuels share one big thing in common. Both served as National Chairman of the Young Republican National Federation.
There are other similarities. Both worked on the Bush presidential campaign in 2000. Monica worked in an ant infested cubicle in a large main room at the campaign headquarters in Austin, Texas. She rarely saw the sun from November 1999 until the Supreme Court rendered its opinion in Bush v. Gore over a year later. By contrast, Dee Dee worked in a sun drenched desk with a view of the window to Karl Rove’s office. Guess which one got the White House job? (Not that Monica is bitter or anything). Besides politics, both love history, fashion, fine wine, theater, film, and pampering at exclusive spas (particularly when someone else is paying).
Clearly, both are the embodiment of Red Girls. Hence a blog devoted to all things Red Girls . . . politics, relationships, and life.
Dee Dee isn’t afraid to say exactly what she’s thinking (just ask Newt Gingrich). Having practiced law for years, Monica is more careful about sharing what she’s thinking for fear she’ll be sued. Dee Dee is enjoying the single life in New York City. Monica is an enthusiastic baseball mom in Texas.
About Dee Dee Sorvino
Dee Dee is a frequent commentator on national radio and television networks including the Fox News Channel, The Daily, Scott Rasmussen’s “What America Is Thinking,” and WOR radio. She served as National Committeewoman from Indiana for the Republican National Committee and is featured in the Mo Rocca film, Electoral Dysfunction. At the White House, Dee Dee worked as an aide to President George W. Bush. The Washington Times named her one of “The top 30 hottest political women of 2012.”
About Monica Samuels
Monica practiced Environmental and Immigration law for fourteen years. She left legal practice a few years ago to spend more time with her husband, two sons, and Labradoodle, Jack. In addition to her legal work, President George W. Bush appointed her to the Board of Directors of the Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research Center where she served as Treasurer. Monica is the co-author of Comeback Moms, a nonfiction book about how women balance work and career. Monica has appeared on the Fox News Channel and ABC News. In addition, she shared her insight on national radio programs across the country and in Newsweek, the New York Times, Cleveland Plain-Dealer, Dallas Morning News, and Houston Chronicle.