New Book Reveals Tension-filled Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky, Eleanor Mondale Love Triangle!

Whoa.

BizPac Review’s Warner Todd Huston has some scintillating details from an upcoming book that the Hillary Clinton campaign hopes to keep quiet.

The book is called Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience with Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate.” Within the pages, author Gary J. Byrne describes everything he observed while working to protect the Clinton family during Bill Clinton’s presidency. Byrne writes about Hillary Clinton’s mean nature and the Secret Service’s worry that she might actually physically abuse her husband, but the most lurid details all have to do with Bill Clinton’s MANY sexual exploits. Byrne even discloses one horrible story about being forced to clean up bodily fluids after one of the President’s trysts…

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As Byrne explains, “I stood guard, a pistol at my hip, outside the Oval Office, the last barrier before anyone saw Bill Clinton. The last barrier before Monica Lewinsky saw Bill Clinton. Yes, I’m that Secret Service officer.”

However, the most salacious story may well be about the tension-filled love triangle between the President, young intern Monica Lewinsky, and former Vice President Mondale’s daughter Eleanor.

Byrne, who was a uniformed officer, says the president personally directed officers to provide Lewinsky access to the White House for a booty call around the beginning of 1996. The president even provided Lewinsky with a top-secret phone number to reach him directly in the Oval Office.

“We wondered how he got any work done and joked that he would have been better at running a brothel in a red-light district than the White House,” Byrne writes.

The Mondale relationship really set Lewinsky off, making her jealous and reckless, he writes.

On Dec. 6, 1997, the former intern arrived at the White House gate under the pretense of visiting with the president’s personal secretary. The Secret Service officers guarding the gate understood the special relationship the two had and that Lewinsky had arrived to see the president.

Only this time, Lewinsky was denied entry, according to Byrne, who was stationed elsewhere when she appeared but heard of her arrival on his service radio.

“The president is still with another appointment,” Clinton secretary Betty Currie told the gate officer, who relayed the message to Lewinsky.

“Monica, however, still regarded herself quite favorably as the president’s singular mistress. So now she was pissed off. She pressed the officer about the delay and wanted to know why she was left standing in his security booth. He lashed back,” writes Byrne, who was later told of the exchange by a colleague.

“You have to wait. He’s with his other piece of a–. Wait till he’s finished,” the officer told her.

It was clear to all, including Lewinsky, that the president was “screwing with Eleanor in the Oval Office.”

With an unseemly gesture toward her body, an irate Lewinsky responded, “What’s he want with her when he has this?”

But, Byrne writes, “Eleanor Mondale and Monica Lewinsky could not satiate the president’s horndog sexual desires.”

And yes, some of the other stories that Byrne recounts are even wilder than that one. If you’re interested, read more at the New York Post.

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