A book written by former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne, who protected Bill Clinton, appears to corroborate other violent incidents from Hillary toward Bill from various books written in the past, including an event described by a former FBI agent who served in the the Clinton White House.
Former FBI agent Gary Aldrich wrote in his 1990’s book titled, “Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House,” a telling incident that apparently happened at the start of Bill Clinton’s first term in the Oval Office. Aldrich writes in chapter 1 what happened in 1993, the day the Clintons moved into the White House on inauguration day:
“After taking the oath, Bill and Hillary Clinton were taken to a holding room in the Capitol building. Minutes passed while everyone waited for Bill and Hillary to emerge to commence the inaugural festivities. A Capitol Hill police officer was ordered to inform the Clintons that everyone was ready and waiting.
The policeman knocked and opened the door of the holding room. He immediately shut it, beating a hasty retreat. Hillary Clinton was screaming at her husband in what was described as ‘uncontrolled and unbridled fury.’ Apparently, the matter of office space was not settled.
The Capitol Hill police and the Secret Service quickly conferred about intervening if it appeared the president’s life might be threatened by the first lady! The question before them was, ‘How much physical abuse is too much physical abuse?’”
Aldrich also wrote in his 1998 book that Hillary was verbally abusive to her Secret Service detail.
“Just stay the f–k back — stay the f–k away from me!” she’d tell them. “Don’t come within 10 yards of me, or else! Just f–king do as I say, okay?”
Byrne alleges in his new book, “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses his Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate,” slated to come out at the end of the month, that Hillary Clinton is too “erratic, uncontrollable and occasionally violent” to be president of the United States and gives an example that ended with Bill apparently getting a black eye from Hillary.
The New York Post reported in October of 2015 that editor and author Emmet Tyrell says the verbal and physical abuse did not stop when the Clintons left the White House.
“Sources close to the Secret Service . . . report that dreadful altercations have erupted several times,” and usually involve “yelling, screaming, throwing of soft and hard objects, breakage of vases and glasses and just plain nastiness,” Tyrell said.