Scandalous excerpts in new tell-all reveal how Hillary ‘aided and abetted her sexual predator husband’

Will the real creep please stand up?

While Hillary Clinton‘s new book revealed her calling President Trump a “creep” for invading her personal space during the campaign, another new tell-all book dishes out how she “put up” with her own husband’s creepy behavior.

In an authorized biography of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, “Citizen Newt, the Making of a Reagan Conservative,” biographer Craig Shirley sheds some light on the Clinton White House years when Gingrich served.

Former President Bill Clinton’s creepy groping of women and infamous womanizing are covered by Shirley in the upcoming book, set for an August 29 release.

“Everybody knew somebody who had a story about Clinton grabbing or groping a woman,” Shirley wrote, in excerpts provided to the Washington Examiner’s “Washington Secrets” column.

“The astonishing thing was not just that he got away with it, repeatedly, without being sued, but that Hillary put up with it, as did the American people. But Clinton had perfected the talent of ‘getting away with it’ since his childhood. He could, as they say, charm the pants off of you. Or her,” he wrote.

Shirley, who has written authoritative histories on former President Ronald Reagan, referred to how then-Arkansas governor Clinton used to come home to an angry Hillary after he had been out pursuing his apparent sexual exploits.

“Time magazine called him a ‘reckless, obsessive womanizer.’ If Hillary was awakened in the wee hours by her glandular husband, according to Time’s report, she would greet him with a ‘mouthful of four-letter words,'” Shirley wrote, according to the Examiner.

He also noted the effect of the first official charges of sexual harassment against Clinton by Paula Jones.

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“Jokes even made the rounds about impeachment, and there always seemed to be fresh stories of discord in the White House. Hillary threw a lamp at Bill. Hillary Clinton threw an ashtray at Bill. Hillary threw obscenities at Bill,” he wrote.

The Gingrich biography ends when the Republican lawmaker was elected  as speaker and does not go further with the alleged affairs of the former president, notably his relationship with Monica Lewinsky which eventually led to Clinton’s 1998 impeachment.

Amazing, but not surprising, that Hillary Clinton can tout herself as a feminist and accuse Trump of demeaning women while she accepted the actual behavior by her own husband.

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