Former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne feels it’s his “patriotic duty” to inform the public on the risks of voting for another Clinton administration.
In his new tell-all book Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate, he details multiple incidents during Bill Clinton’s time as president that are particularly troubling.
The book goes into length about numerous scandals that took place and how even members of the White House staff were expected to “look the other way” when it came to questionable behavior.
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Byrne details one such incident that happened on Christmas. A steward caught President Clinton making out in the Map Room with a blonde TV reporter. That reporter turned out to be Eleanor Mondale, daughter of former Vice President Walter Mondale. Everyone was expected to sweep the incident under the rug and pretend it never happened.
Byrne has nothing nice to say about Hillary Clinton, either, referring to her personality as “volcanic, impulsive, enabled by sycophants, and disdainful of the rules set for everyone else.” She allegedly threw a Bible at a secret service agent, resorted to screaming fits when she didn’t get her way, and expected staff to meet her every whim.
“I always avoided eye contact when she was on the warpath,” Byrne said. “She would explode in my face without reservation or decorum.” He noted that many agents went crazy from the stress and restored to alcohol, drugs and prostitutes.
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Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has used the book as a useful tool to elevate his campaign. But it’s been reported that Clinton has tried to get TV news networks to avoid giving Byrne any airtime. Unfortunately for her, the book has been rising on the Amazon bestseller list.
Byrne has some simple advice for those who are voting in November. “We all remember — or should remember — what a Clinton White House was like,” he said. “If we board that time-machine for a return trip — it’s our fault.”
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