Well, now we know Hilary’s Email woes are not about a Republican undermining of her campaigning ….it is coming right from the Oval Office and Obama and Jarrett themselves.
According to Ed Klein whose new book reveals it all, “Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,” all of the juicy stuff in his new release is true. At least Klein says he has reliable sources to the material.
Excerpts from Klein’s book:
Clinton’s unleashed attack came during a tense meeting in the Oval Office that was called by Hillary, against the advice of her husband, former President Bill Clinton…
“What I want for you to do is call off your f–king dogs, Barack!” Clinton screamed at Obama.
Klein’s sources said the president was so jarred by Clinton’s approach he needed a moment to gather his composure. When he did respond, he was brutally frank.
“There is nothing I can do for you one way or another. Things have been set in motion, and I can’t and won’t interfere. Your problems are, frankly, of your own making,” Obama allegedly said, “If you had been honest …”
Clinton then interrupted, “There are always haters out there to get the Clintons.”
Klein writes that Clinton later thought she had been too weak in her response to the president.
During the private meeting, Clinton called the meeting because she felt she was “being persecuted for minor, meaningless violations.”
Klein stated that it was when Obama first claimed he didn’t know what she was talking about, that Hillary lost her temper and swore at him. .
“He was almost being deliberately dense. It really angered her.” Klein said.
Time will tell if Hilary made any headway with her arid remarks or if she will just blow a gasket and hire an attorney. Denial is a hard place to crawl out from, and Hilary seems to be hiding deep inside its’ cave.
It’s almost as though when she demanded a meeting with Barack and stormed into the oval office she had already resolved to either force his hand or commit political suicide. Inside her progressive little head she must have been thinking, “At this point Barack, what difference does it make?”
Klein’s book is now available on line or at your favorite book store.