Clinton White House Secrets To Be Exposed In New Book

| by David Bonner
Detail from book cover of "Crisis of Character"Detail from book cover of "Crisis of Character"

A book about to be published promises to expose new revelations about the behavior of the president and first lady during Bill Clinton's eight years in the White House.

Written by ex-Secret Service officer Gary Byrne, the forthcoming book is timed to coincide with this year’s presidential election, and it is sure to make big news in conservative new circles, due to its potentially damaging allegations against the Clintons.

Byrne claims to have been posted near the Oval Office, giving him a unique insight into Hillary Clinton’s behavior as first lady. In his opinion, she is too "erratic, uncontrollable and occasionally violent" to become president, reports the Daily Mail.

Byrne goes on to write that he was "sickened" by the Clintons. He was especially sickened by Monica Lewinsky, whose dalliance with President Bill Clinton was exposed in 1998, quickly becoming one of the most famous sex scandals in American history.

However, after the intense Congressional scrutiny of the affair — including seemingly endless discussions of Lewinsky’s semen-stained dress — there’s not much shocking in Byrne’s revelation that Lewinsky got mad when the president had an alleged affair with Vice President Walter Mondale’s daughter, according to the Daily Mail.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign has dismissed Byrne’s book as politically-motivated rubbish.

 As spokesman Nick Merrill put it: "Gary Bryne joins the ranks of Ed Klein and other 'authors' in this latest in a long line of books attempting to cash in on the election cycle with their nonsense. ... It should be put in the fantasy section of of the book store."

Byrne’s book, entitled “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate,” is scheduled for release on June 28.

Sources: Daily Mail, New York Post / Photo Credit: Center Street via Daily Mail

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