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A former Secret Service agent assigned to protect the Clintons is set to release an explosive tell all book about his time protecting the first family.
Gary Byrne said he was posted outside of then President Bill Clinton’s Oval Office in the 1990s and was “sickened” by what he witnessed.
The book, titled “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate,” is set to be released on the last day of the Democrat National Convention, June 28, where Hillary Clinton is widely expected to become the Democrat presidential nominee.
A description of the book posted on Amazon.com reads as follows.
Posted directly outside President Clinton’s Oval Office, Former Secret Service uniformed officer Gary Byrne reveals what he observed of Hillary Clinton’s character and the culture inside the White House while protecting the First Family. Now that a second Clinton administration threatens — their scheme from the very beginning — Byrne exposes what he saw of the real Hillary Clinton.
While serving as a Secret Service Officer, Gary Byrne protected President Bill Clinton and the First Family in the White House and outside the Oval Office. There, he saw the political and personal machinations of Bill and Hillary Clinton and those who were fiercely loyal to them. In CRISIS OF CHARACTER Byrne provides a firsthand account of the scandals–known and unknown–and daily trials ranging from the minor to national in scale.
Having witnessed the personal and political dysfunction of the Clinton White House–so consumed by scandal and destroying their enemies, real and imagined–Byrne came to understand that, to the Clintons, governing was an afterthought. He now tells this story–before voters go to the polls–in the hopes that Clinton supporters will understand the real Hillary Clinton.
Specific details of the book are being kept under wraps at the moment, according to the Drudge Report.
Byrne is one of the agents who was questioned by a grand jury about the former president’s interactions with intern Monica Lewinsky.
According to the New York Times Byrne had complained to then-White House deputy chief of staff Evelyn S. Lieberman about Lewinsky’s behavior before Lieberman had her transferred to the Pentagon.
The officer, Gary Byrne, a uniformed member of the Secret Service assigned to the White House, told Evelyn Lieberman, then the deputy chief of staff, in the spring of 1996 that he had seen Ms. Lewinsky in the West Wing of the White House when he did not believe she was authorized to be there, said the official, who worked in the wing at the time.
Mr. Byrne also expressed concerns about Ms. Lewinsky’s after-hours access to the West Wing, which houses the President’s Oval Office and the work spaces of the most senior White House aides, the former official said.
Pre-orders for the book have shot it to number one on Amazon.com’s best seller list.
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