Amid underwhelming book sales, Hillary Clinton’s memoir “Hard Choices” has lost its spot as #1 on The New York Times bestseller’s July 13 list to a book that paints her in a bad light.
According to The Blaze, Ed Klein’s “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. The Obamas” leap-frogged ahead of Clinton’s memoir on July 6 to #1 on The New York Times bestseller list.
Klein’s book, which is based on numerous interviews with unnamed sources close to the Obamas and Clintons, documents the rift between the two Democratic power couples and portrays both couples as “conniving, dishonest” and “cynical.”
Some of the allegations Klein makes in “Blood Feud” include Clinton becoming “physical” during some of her arguments with Barack Obama and that Bill Clinton advised his wife to make a “positive thing” out of his funeral if he dies before 2016.
Klein isn’t without his critics, as pundits from both sides of the aisle have been critical of his previous work and “Blood Feud” has drawn scathing reviews from outlets like The Week.
Despite the criticism, sales of Klein’s book have not been affected and haven’t stopped Klein from alleging bombshells like claiming that Obama would endorse Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president over Hillary Clinton in 2016, should she decide to run.