Crudele leaves a little teaser at the end of the story. Hopefully, he has adequate protection from the Clinton machine.
Via NY Post:
Hillary Clinton was a White House monster when she was first lady.
That’s the assertion in a new book called “Crisis of Character” by Gary Byrne, which hits stores Tuesday.
One of Hillary the Monster’s favorite targets was Vince Foster, according to Byrne, a member of the Secret Service who was stationed in the White House during the Clinton administration.
Foster was the lawyer who relocated to Washington from Arkansas after his childhood pal, Bill Clinton, was elected president.
“Word circulated that (Hillary Clinton) berated (Foster) mercilessly … I knew what it was like to be yelled at by superiors, but Mrs. Clinton never hesitated to launch a tirade,” wrote Byrne.
Byrne doesn’t know the half of it — which I’m now going to tell you.
Foster committed suicide in McLean, Va.’s, Fort Marcy Park on July 20, 1993. The 48-year-old shot himself in the head. Friends later reported that he was very — maybe even clinically — depressed.
At the time, there were suspicions of murder and coverups. Foster had, after all, been involved in many of the Clintons’ questionable financial transactions, both as their lawyer and as a participant in those deals. And those deals were getting increasingly embarrassing for the Clintons as well as others in Arkansas and Washington.
All of the deals came to be known by the name of just one — Whitewater.
I was investigating the Clintons back then for The Post because this started out mainly as a financial story — a big one. And toward the end of the 1990s, I got to see a large number of documents from the Whitewater investigation, most of which have not been seen by outsiders.
So now I’m going to add to Byrne’s stories about Hillary. Most of this stuff has, until now, been overlooked because the focus has been on Bill Clinton and his sexual shenanigans back then.