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Hillary gave Bill a ‘put-a-steak-on-it black eye,’ according to ugly details from former agent’s book

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This was a “put-a-steak-on-it” kind of black eye.

As Hillary finds herself on the heels of a hard-fought “win” to become the presumptive Democrat presidential nominee, another scandal is brewing and likely to throw the Clinton campaign into further turmoil.

Ugly details about life in the White House when Bill Clinton was at the reins have been leaking since news of a new tell-all broke. 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 June 28th and if pre-orders are any indication, it will be a bestseller.

Author and former secret service agent Gary Byrne claims the book is, in part, a warning to Americans about the potential president’s volatile temperament.

The latest details to emerge, if true, expose an ugly, violent side of Hillary.

Byrne, claimed to have found the former president with a sizable shiner the morning after overhearing Bill and Hillary having an especially loud fight.

“Everyone on post that night” couldn’t help but hear the commotion, according to early chapters, the Daily Mail reported.  Byrne described a big argument that “ended with a crash.”

“I was well-accustomed to his allergy-prone puffy eyes,” Byrne wrote.  “But this was a shiner, a real, live, put-a-steak-on-it black eye.” The incident, Byrne said, left him “shocked.”

The book is full of “shocking” details, including what was happening behind the scenes during the Monica Lewinsky scandal and alludes to more adulterous behavior by the former president. But the real crux of the tell-all seems to be Hillary’s explosive and all-too-often hostile personality, that Byrne claims makes her unfit to be commander-in-chief.

The Clinton campaign vehemently denies Byrne’s allegations and accused him of trying to “cash in” on the election cycle, denouncing the book as “nonsense” that should be in the “fantasy section” of bookstores.

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