New Book: Hillary described as “volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants, and disdainful of the rules”

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I believe the following story because I have a friend who had a very important position in the Secret Service while the Clintons were in the White House. He told me that Hillary was a hellion who had frequent outbursts, was rude to the men who protected her and others on staff. When the Clintons retired for the night and she was obviously angry, she would tell the Secret Service that no matter what they heard, they were not to come in. She would then be heard screaming, cursing, and throwing things at Bill. Both Bill and Hillary were very vulgar and filthy curses came out of their mouths for no reason at all, he told me.

Speaking of Bill Clinton, his brother was just picked up for a DWI. Brings back memories of his other family memories.

The NY Post ran a story today about a new explosive book by a former Secret Service agent, Gary Byrne, who confirms what I heard from my friend.

The White House staffers he said were scared stiff of Hillary’s explosive and even physical outbursts. Byrne, who was posted outside the Clinton Oval Office, portrays Hillary as too “erratic, uncontrollable and occasionally violent” to become leader of the free world.

The 29-year veteran describes Hillary Clinton as acting friendly one moment, then raging the next.

“What I saw in the 1990s sickened me,” he writes in the intro of the book, “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses his Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate.”

She is alleged to have repeatedly screamed obscenities at her husband, Secret Service personnel and White House staffers — all of whom lived in terror of her next tirade.

The agents apparently discussed protecting Bill from his wife’s violent outbursts. He claims she tried to have the Secret Service banned from the White House and once tried to ditch her security detail according to the author.

From The Daily Mail:

In the book, ‘Crisis of Character,’ former agency officer Gary Bryne, details arriving at work after a 1995 shouting-match that left a light blue vase “smashed to bits” and Bill sporting a “real, live, put-a-steak-on-it black eye.”

Things got so bad that Secret Service agents had discussions about the possibility they might have to protect the president from his wife’s physical attacks, the New York Post reported in advance excerpts of the book.

Everyone on post that night couldn’t help but hear the fracas, according to early chapters posted online. It describes a big argument that “ended with a crash.”

Byrne writes that he saw the president at about 9 am after the fight.

“I was well-accustomed to his allergy-prone puffy eyes,” he writes. “But this was a shiner, a real, live, put-a-steak-on-it black eye. I was shocked.”

Now that she is running for president, he feels the need to publish this book and has said, “From the bottom of my soul I know this to be true. And with Hillary’s latest rise, I realize that her own leadership style — volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants, and disdainful of the rules set for everyone else — hasn’t changed a bit.”

It’s already No. 1 on Amazon’s best-seller list in pre-sales.

Byrne testified in the Lewinsky trial and said he interrupted Bill in the White House engaged in a very inappropriate activity with a woman, not his wife or Lewinsky. Byrne complained about Lewinsky appearing in restricted areas and said he saw her as a kind of “stalker.” Other’s called her “the president’s mistress” and a “clutch.”

“I kind of classified Monica as a cross between stalker and a 15-year-old chasing a rock star,” Byrne told the grand jury in July 16 grand jury testimony.

The Chicago Tribune reported that once when Lewinsky was near the Oval Office, Byrne stopped her and asked her what she was doing. Just then, White House steward Bayani Nelvis emerged from the White House pantry and said that if she wasn’t careful, she would wind up like Paula Jones.

According to Byrne, Lewinsky replied that she was smarter than Jones, and Nelvis laughed. “I felt very uncomfortable about it, and I just said, well, see you later,” Byrne said.

After Lewinsky had been transferred, a “pretty upset” Timothy Keating–the staff director for legislative affairs who had hired Lewinsky–approached Byrne and told him, “You knew what was going on over there with Lewinsky, and you didn’t tell me? Now my butt’s in a ringer.”

Agents sometimes made jokes about Lewinsky. After she was cleared at the White House gate to the Oval Office one weekend, officer Steven Pape bet his colleague on duty that the president would move to the Oval Office from the residence within 10 minutes. Pape won: He arrived in nine minutes and 50 seconds.

You can listen to Byrne’s testimony at the time on this link.

If nothing else, Bill’s hijinks in the White House will still be as disgusting as they were in the ’90s.

 

Byrne also says he threw out a WH towel stained with a woman’s lipstick and the president’s bodily fluid. He should have kept the towel.

 

 

 

 

The book puts Hillary’s temperament in question as it should be. She always sounds angry and nasty.

Hillary has dismissed the book and the Clinton machine will soon denigrate this man.

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