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Linda Tripp Tells What She Saw and Heard in the Clinton White House

Monday, October 3, 2016 13:00
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Aaron Klein reports in Breitbart about his interview with Linda Tripp, a former White House staffer whose workspace was located directly adjacent to Hillary Clinton’s second floor West Wing office. Tripp confirmed long-reported accounts of the former First Lady throwing hard objects at Bill Clinton.

Tripp revealed some of what she personally witnessed firsthand of Clinton’s temperament and the way she says White House staff feared the First Lady to the point of “cowering” in her presence.

“In the Clinton White House there was endless screaming,” she recalled. “Constant vulgar profanity on the part of both the President and the First Lady. And it’s hard for me to refer to her as the First Lady, frankly.

“You’ve heard all about the hurling of hard objects. All of that was true. But what you haven’t heard about is the cowering of the White House staff in her presence. There was a contempt for the military. And this is a woman who believes she is entitled to be commander-in-chief? And that was very, very difficult for me. Having had a 20-year history with the military, and a deep, abiding respect for all the members of the Armed Services. She had a hatred of Republicans. And I have think we have seen that with her basket of deplorables (comments). Sometimes the truth just peeks out.”

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