And potentially a kleptomaniac, reports seem to indicate.
Hillary Clinton and her staff removed “lamps and furniture” from State Department offices and brought them to her home, the FBI revealed in 100 pages of notes made public Monday.
When the Clintons left the White House in 2001, there were widespread rumors that they had taken items, such as furniture and gifts that were technically property of the U.S. government, and were ordered to return those items.
They’re like the redneck couple that steals towels and ashtrays from motel rooms.
Reports are that they also took all the “W” keys from computers around the White House, as a swipe at then in-coming president, George W. Bush.
I have no idea if that part is true, but somehow, I don’t have trouble believing it, as they are petty, classless people.
The move was just one of many that irritated members of her security detail, who described her treatment of security agents as “contemptuous.”
“Prior to Clinton’s tenure, being an agent on the Secretary of State’s protective detail was seen as an honor and a privilege reserved for senior agents,” the FBI wrote in its notes. “However, by the end of Clinton’s tenure it was staffed largely with new agents because it was difficult to find senior agents willing to work for her.”
This is also in line with other accounts I’ve read of the prior Clinton White House.
Hillary was such a shrieking Medusa, that people would dive into open doorways as she walked through the halls, due to the fact that anyone could be made a target of her rage, at any time. It was considered best to just avoid her.
Many agents sought transfers off her detail or simply found different jobs altogether, the FBI noted.
What’s more, former Secret Service agents have long indicated Clinton treats her guards poorly.
The warm, personable act she puts on for the press is just that: an act.
Clinton’s camp has struggled with making her seem appealing and approachable. This is why.
Because she’s not.