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Perhaps when it comes to “Ol Hound Dog Bill” and that old saying that “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” that phrase no doubt needs some serious revisions.

A brand new tell all book on “Ol Bill’s numerous affairs is about to hit the book stores, with a few new revelations in that we’ve always assumed that the obvious “woman scorned” would be crooked Hillary.

However it now appears that Monica Lewinsky can also claim that title of being a scorned woman, thanks to author and former “not so secret agent” named Gary J. Byrne’s and his new book titled “Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience With Hillary, Bill and How They Operate.”

Byrne’s account of walking in on the couple is the first eyewitness account of the long-rumored affair with the then blond TV journalist.

In his book Byrne writes; “There before us was E! Network host Eleanor Mondale . . . and President Clinton in a compromising position, that is, making out on the Map Room table.”

Eleanor Mondale

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

Byrne chronicles another encounter with Lewinsky and another Secret Service officer telling her after numerous explanations to wait and finally blurted out: “You have to wait. He’s with his other piece of a–. Wait till he’s finished!”

Lewinsky at that point realized that Clinton was “screwing with Eleanor in the Oval Office” while responding towards her own body, “What’s he want with her when he has this?”

Just as a reminder of who we're dealing with The Clinton Foundation recently paid $2 Million to a company who's part owner had a questionable relationship with Bill:



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