The details concerning the lives of the First Families are often off-limits. While we are intimately acquainted with the policies of Barack Obama, of George Bush, of Bill Clinton, we are seldom offered glimpses into the personal lives of the living quarters of the First Family.
However, from time to time, this veil of secrecy is lifted. One author has diligently researched the lives of presidents and their families via those who serve them. Ronald Kessler, a New York Times bestselling author, has released a new book entitled, “The First Family Detail: Secret Service Agents Reveal the Hidden Lives of the Presidents.”
In it, Kessler reports on the accounts of past and present Secret Service agents who have been willing to discuss the details of lives of presidents and their families. Many agents even offer their names and stand by their accounts.
According to Kessler, the Clintons’ marriage is hardly Camelot; the marriage is reportedly a sham as Bill still has mistresses and Hillary puts-up with the façade while remaining frigid and downright awful to the agents who are duty-bound to take a bullet for her.
Kessler explained in an interview,
“[Bill] has a blonde, busty mistress, and she’s been code named Energizer by agents. This is unofficially, but that is what they call her…She comes in to the Chappaqua [NY] home whenever Hillary leaves. The details coordinate to make sure they don’t cross paths. She, unlike Hillary, is very nice to the agents. She’ll bring cookies.”
“Agents say that it’s a business relationship. It’s not a marriage at all. It’s a total fake, like everything else about Hillary. It’s just a big show and a scam.”
According to Kessler, the agents do not enjoy being around Hillary, who is often rude and abusive to them.
“Hillary Clinton pretends to be this champion of the little people — she’s gonna help the middle class, she’s compassionate. But the reality behind the scenes is she treats her agents and others less powerful than she is with contempt. In fact she’s so abusive to her agents that being assigned to her detail is considered a form of punishment,” he said. “That tells you something about her character.”
While some might consider the reports gossip, it does provide a certain value for voters who believe that character counts.
Further, the accounts are in keeping with the public persona of Hillary who remains as warm and cuddly as a meth-addled badger with the “common-man” appeal of Marie Antoinette.