New PR nightmare looms for Hillary
The real Hillary Clinton is a nasty piece of work. Unlike her husband, who genuinely likes people and understands one or two things about relating to them, Mrs. Clinton is an arrogant, angry, phony, who disdains the ordinary courtesies toward people who can do nothing for her, in her estimation.
The real Hillary Clnton is about to be exposed in a tell-all book to be published by a member of the Presidential Protection Division of the Secret Service that served President and Mrs. Clinton in the White House. It is not a pretty picture. The UK Daily Mail has the story:
Hillary has been known to hurl a book at the back of the head of one agent driving her in the Presidential limo accusing him of eavesdropping, forget her ps and qs by never thanking her protectors and lob profanity-laced orders when she just wanted the agents to carry her bags - a job not on agents' 'to do' list.
'Stay the f**k away from me! Just f*****g do as I say!!!' she is quoted as saying to an agent who refused to carry her luggage in the book Unlimited Access by FBI agent Gary Aldridge.
Compared to Hillary's salty language, Bill Clinton was a gentleman, according to now-retired Secret Service agent, Dan Emmett, who began covering President Clinton on his first day in office in January 1993 and writes about guarding the president in a new version of his book Within Arm's Length, published by St. Martin's Press.
Emmett worked the most coveted of all assignments in the Secret Service, the Presidential Protective Division –- sworn to protect Potus (President of the United States). He worked that detail for George H. W. Bush (Bush 1), Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush (Bush 2).
Although agents are urged by the agency not to write about the people they protect, Emmett has disclosed the inner workings of the Service and the elite Presidential Protective Division (PPD).
Emmett launches a stinging attack on the Clinton administration staff he used to protect - branding them arrogant and claiming that ex-First Lady Hillary Clinton was aloof.
He tells how Hillary never said 'thank you' to agents, unlike her husband, Bill, and their daughter, Chelsea and treated the Secret Service agents like 'hired help', he said.
In the new book, Emmett tells of one stormy night, St Valentine's Day in 1994 to be precise, when Bill and Chelsea had him accompany them to Andrews Air Force Base to surprise Hillary, returning from a trip.
Although Bill and Chelsea thanked him for the effort, Hillary did not.
The Hillary presidential campaign is crashing and burning. This kind of story, coming from a former member of one of the most respected law enforcement agencies in the country, will not help.