The Secret Service agent that wrote “Crisis of Character,” a tell-all book about Hillary Clinton and her violent temper, should be believed, a prominent writer claims.
Ronald Kessler, who wrote the book “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents,” said the current book by former agent Gary Byrne about Hillary’s violent “erratic, uncontrollable” actions follow along with the material in his own book, according to the New York Posts Page Six.
“My Secret Service sources tell me that Gary Byrne was a respected Secret Service uniformed officer who can be trusted to tell an honest story,” he said. “Byrne’s accounts track completely with the material in my book … The agents portray Bill as being like an abused child, treated by Hillary as nastily as she treats her Secret Service agents.” (RELATED: Former Secret Service Member: ‘Hillary Lacks The Temperament To Be President’)
Kessler said back when the agent served they weren’t required to sign “nondisclosure statements.” “But when Byrne served, there was simply an understanding that you never tell what you see behind the scenes. So since Byrne served before the agreements were required, he was free to tell his story.”
In the new tell-all book, Byrne said what he witnessed in the 1990s “sickened” him and he had to write the book with Clinton’s rise to the democratic presidential nomination. Adding that she lacks “the integrity and temperament to serve in the office.”