Trump is branded with having course language and a hair-trigger temper. But is Hillary even more dangerous?
You don’t have to believe ex-Secret Service agent Gary Byrne’s new book that “Hillary has a volcanic leadership style, lacking temperament to hold office; abusive, dangerous, with paranoid behavior.” Edwin Klein’s two earlier books about Hillary, based on his deep sources within the administration, confirms her temper, coarseness, treatment of others and serial lying.
Though she projects a grandmotherly persona in public, privately she is Mr. Hyde; her favorite response uttered at a drop of a hat for anything that displeases her is the world’s most popular four letter word. In private she treats people like indentured servants; even her own staff admitting last year “she could have a serious meltdown, screaming child-like, having tantrums leaving staffers in tears and unable to work.” Hillary was fired from the 1972 Watergate House Judiciary Committee over “lies and unethical behavior.” Critical is her Secretary of State record. Almost every major decision of hers was proven wrong, and traveling hundreds of thousands of miles is an “activity” not as she claimed an “accomplishment.
“Her unprecedented e-mail deceptions were illegal, endangered covert lives and national security and illegally enriched the Clinton Foundation. However the depth of depravity was reached when she faced the mothers and widows of the returning bodies from Benghazi and “consoled” them by placing blame on a video, a lie she and Obama repeated for a week, despite her having privately emailed her daughter and telephoned the Libyan and Egypt governments days earlier that Benghazi was a terrorist attack. People died, she lied.
To imagine someone with this huge insensitivity and deceit occupying the presidency is to imagine the unimaginable. Does Trump look so bad now?