First came the news, only days ago, that a scandal-seeking website has just been launched by Kathleen Willey, one of the women who publicly accused then-President Bill Clinton of sexual harassment. Then Linda Tripp, the one-time White House staffer who blew the whistle on the Clinton-Lewinsky affair, suddenly stepped back into the spotlight to accuse Hillary Clinton of ruthlessly and mercilessly trying to destroy the women who pointed the sex-abuse finger at Bill.
Now, like a flurry of gut-punches delivered in a high-stakes prize fight, another bombshell of a body blow has hit the former first lady, already reeling from bad press and bad polls.
A man who used to be an investigative reporter for The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal — a prize-winning journalist who is now a best-selling author — has just dropped an allegation that threatens to further damage a Hillary Clinton presidential campaign that already appears to be in an ominous tailspin.
Ronald Kessler has told a radio talk show host on WPHT in Philadelphia that the marriage between Hillary and Bill Clinton is not based on love and loyalty, rather on power and profit, as well as their all-consuming desire to return to the White House in 2016.
Kessler, the author of “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents,” was talking with radio personality Chris Stigall when he confirmed what many Clinton watchers have long suspected:
“Agents say that it’s a business relationship. It’s not a marriage at all. It’s a total fake, like everything else about Hillary. It’s just a big show and a scam.”
The description of the Clinton marriage as “a total fake” doesn’t come out of nowhere, of course. Wednesday’s dirt-dishing by Kessler was not the first time the top author has pulled back the curtain on the Clinton White House to reveal dirty little secrets about both Bill and Hillary.
He has talked about Bill’s “blonde, busty mistress” who would visit “Slick Willy” when then-Secretary of State Clinton was away from their New York home. And in a March 10, 2015 piece in The Washington Times, Kessler wrote extensively about Hillary’s mean and nasty demeanor that made Secret Service agents dread being assigned to her detail.
“If you want to know why Hillary Clinton thought she could get away with violating federal regulations in order to conceal her emails when she was secretary of state, take a look behind the facade,” Kessler wrote in the Times.
“Mrs. Clinton pretends to be a compassionate woman who cares about the little people and will champion the middle class if elected president. The reality is that behind the scenes, she is abusive to those same people.”
“The First Family Detail,” which has just been released in paperback, is described in promotional material as presenting first-hand accounts of Hillary’s extremely disagreeable disposition.
Because Hillary Clinton is so nasty to agents, being assigned to her protective detail is considered a form of punishment and the worst assignment in the Secret Service.
As of this writing, there’s no indication that either Hillary Clinton or any aides have replied to the latest bombshell that claims her marriage is as phony as her campaign for president.
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