Hillary Clinton Is a Nasty Piece of Work, Part 632

When is this sad farce going to end? Since she began her campaign for the presidency last spring, we've seen defiant Hillary, aloof Hillaryregretful Hillary, warm and fuzzy Hillarycomedienne Hillary and now this very morning, "visibly angry" Hillary.

Via Business Insider:

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton unloaded on Congress' Benghazi investigation during a Monday morning interview on the "Today" show.

A visibly angry Clinton tore into the Republican-led Select Committee on Benghazi when she was asked how she would react to hypothetical GOP leaders facing scrutiny over their own government email use.

"Look at the situation they chose to exploit, to go after me for political reasons: the death of four Americans in Benghazi. I knew the ambassador. I identified him. I asked him to go there. I asked the president to nominate him," she said.

A casual glance at the BI comment section shows that even the readers of that left-leaning website are not impressed or fooled by her latest contrived performance.

I've been saying since March that Hillary Clinton is finished as a presidential candidate because the torpedoing of her campaign is so obviously coming from the White House, aided and abetted by the mainstream media.

While the Washington Post and the New York Times have been dropping bombshell after bombshell on Hillary's corrupt email arrangement, the New York Post has taken the lead on publishing major anti-Hillary hit jobs based on claims of Ronald Kessler, Ed Klein and Roger Stone.

In his new book, "The First Family Detail," Ronald Kessler wrote about the personnel who protect America’s presidents and their families — and those whom they guard.

One legendary exchange, described by Kessler, went like this:

“Good morning, ma’am,” a member of the uniformed Secret Service once greeted Hillary Clinton.

“F— off,” she replied.

According to the New York Post:

Kessler writes flatteringly and critically about people in both parties. Regarding the Clintons, Kessler presents Chelsea as a model protectee who respected and appreciated her agents. He describes Bill as a difficult chief executive but an easygoing ex-president. And Kessler exposes Hillary as an epically abusive Arctic monster.

“When in public, Hillary smiles and acts graciously,” Kessler explains. “As soon as the cameras are gone, her angry personality, nastiness, and imperiousness become evident.”

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“Hillary was very rude to agents, and she didn’t appear to like law enforcement or the military,” former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman recalls. “She wouldn’t go over and meet military people or police officers, as most protectees do. She was just really rude to almost everybody. She’d act like she didn’t want you around, like you were beneath her.”

Political strategist Roger Stone's new book, “The Clintons’ War on Women,” details Hillary’s abusive behavior toward Bill, going back to their days in Arkansas.

The New York Post splashed this juicy headline on their front page: "Hillary has long history of beating up Bill behind closed doors: book."

“Hillary Clinton has a long history of being domestically violent with Bill,” Stone writes. “Hillary has beaten Bill, hit him with hard objects, scratched and clawed him, and made him bleed.”

Stone describes the time when Hillary supposedly scratched Bill on the neck because he had entertained Barbra Streisand at the White House while she was out of town.

Clinton told curious reporters that he cut himself shaving, but according to his former press secretary Dee Dee Myers, "it was a big scratch, clearly not a shaving cut."

Other accounts of her abusive behavior involve screaming, “shattering glass and slamming doors," and flying “yellow legal pads, files, briefing books, car keys" -- basically, whatever was nearby when Hillary flew into one of her violent rages.

In Ed Klein's new book, “Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary," a meeting between Clinton and Obama at the White House to address her "persecution" over her email arrangement is described.