Hillary Clinton doesn’t handle it well when things don’t go her way.
A new tell-all book about the Democrat presidential hopeful, written by Edward Klein, is getting cautious attention, given that the author has been accused of pretty much making stuff up on several occasions by multiple sources.
According to Klein, Clinton blew up at President Obama over the ongoing investigation into her use of a private email server, warning him to call off his “f—ing dogs” who were investigating the scandal.
A passage in Klein’s new book, “Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,” says Clinton was outraged over the Obama administration’s handling of the scandal surrounding her email server, and let him know it in very colorful language, according the New York Post.
According to Klein, Clinton believed “she was being persecuted for minor, meaningless violations” when the FBI decided to look into her emails, and she took the issue up directly with Obama.
When she approached him for a conversation on the matter, Obama allegedly tried to play down her concerns.
“[Obama] was almost being deliberately dense,” a source said, according to the Post. “It really angered her.”
That’s when Clinton lost her cool and blew up at the most powerful man in the free world.
“What I want for you to do is call off your f–king dogs, Barack!” Clinton allegedly screamed at Obama, breaking White House decorum by using Obama’s first name rather than his official title.
Her outburst, however, apparently didn’t have much of an impact.
“There is nothing I can do for you one way or another,” Obama said, according to Klein. “Things have been set in motion, and I can’t and won’t interfere. Your problems are, frankly, of your own making.”
“There are always haters out there to get the Clintons,” Clinton is said to have responded.
Maybe Obama is part of the “vast right wing conspiracy”?
Nick Merrill, a Clinton spokesman, responded to the allegations by simply telling the Post that Klein’s tell-all book was “Bulls—t.”
“Another book? Someone should do a book about Ed,” said Merrill. “They could call it ‘Bulls–t: The Problem with Anything Ed Klein Writes.’
Maybe off-color language is a trademark for the Clinton campaign.