Skip to comments.Secret Service agent: Clinton’s staff rude, Hillary aloof
Posted on 03/08/2012 7:47:30 AM PST by rightwingintelligentsia
In a breach of tradition, a former U.S. Secret Service agent has self-published a book that savages the Clinton White House staff as arrogant and rude, suggests former first lady Hillary Clinton was aloof and charges that Bill Clinton endangered himself and agents for a totally pointless photo op on the South Korea-North Korea border.
In several anecdotes, former agent Dan Emmett revealed that Clintons young staff had fundamental traits of rudeness and arrogance that teetered on the verge of being dangerous at times. Most of these youngsters were from wealthy families, and many viewed Secret Services agents as the hired help, he writes in Within Armss Length, an autobiography that provides new details of the inner Secret Service.
In one case he told of an unnamed Clinton staffer who challenged a KGB agent during a 1993 presidential visit to Russia as if he were dealing with a Wackenhut security officer in Toledo.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
oh that picture is just ‘too funny’ neat job...who ever created it...
How would you like to scrap the barnacles of of her bottom
My daughter was an intern for a US Senator. She, and all the other staff members, were told that if they encountered Hillary in the hallways of the Senate office building they should avoid eye contact and NEVER say good morning to her. Also, never get on the elevator if she was getting on. No one was allowed to be in the elevator with her.
I just can’t imagine anyone wanting the job of possibly taking a bullet for Hillary Clinton.
She would get it anyway as secretary of state.
Got it from a very reliable marine source that Hilary the First Lady was so despised they went through her luggage, got one of her bras and posted it up on the squadron bulletin board. Sexist I know, but she was so disliked she was considered fair game.
I’m more interested in hearing what the SS has to say about the Obama White House & staff.
During the Clinton years, Hillary’s behavior was reported on but for whatever reasons didn’t get the press it deserves. Even to staffers and higher level people she was just plain rude. She expected people to dive into rooms when she came by. She didn’t want to share the hall she was walking down with people. I remember someone describing how he tried to say good morning and was stiffed. I also remember that she treated the secret service like dirt, and they called her monster. For this reason, I felt she was unworthy of being president.
In contrast, the both Bushes were models of courtesy to the people around them.
“No one was allowed to be in the elevator with her.”
Who in their right mind would want to get in an elevator with that crazy bitch? I’d be afraid that as soon as the door closed, her fangs would come out and she’d start trying to suck my blood.
IMHO this is a very bad precedent.I don’t care who is in the White House.
Thank you - it’s mine.
My friend worked with (baseball pitching great) Tom Seaver and was told the same thing about him. So every morning when my friend passed him in the hall he would say as cheerfully as he could, "Good morning, Mr. Seaver!" just because he thought it was funny as hell that he completely ignored him.
The SS couldn’t wait to dump her off on Diplomatic Security.
And from what I’ve read, Michelle Obama treats the little people in a similar manner.
Well, she is smarter and better than everyone.
You Freepers need to get this through your thick heads ... I'm not aloof ... it's just that it's hard to remain humble when you're the world's smartest woman ... and idiots like you radical right wing nuts fail to recognize this ... and pay me the proper respect that I'm due ... like bowing before your master ... and groveling ... and granting me the power I so richly deserve ... and challenging my rightful claim to the presidency ... and the supreme court ... and the papacy ... and ignoring a few minor transgressions like Whitewatergate and Fostergate ... and granting me time alone with Huma that I so richly deserve ... and reminding me that Chelsea is Web Hubbell's love child ...
She’s looking especially irritable these days... like she’s not getting any Huma lately.
You meant a government job in DC perhaps because this don't apply to the average government worker. You have to pay into your pension, it's called FERS, they match up to 5% (same as big companies), you don't get a car or gas cards, (you have a car to drive at work if your jobs requires it that is filled up for free but not for your personal use), you choose which health insurance you want (the same companies that's available to private companies at better or worse rates), tuition is reimbursed only if you pass and it applies to your job (big companies have this also), the pay may or may not be the same as a non governmental job. You also have to factor in that some jobs don't really translate to the civilian market.