I read this recently, and it's a quick read. Please read this if you are planning on voting for her! Klein spends alot of time hinting about Mrs. Clinton's sexuality. I personally could care less about her sexual orientation, I think she loved the fact that these orientation questions overide many legitimate questions about "alleged" Clinton crimes. The nuggets about her alleged lies and incredibly UN-American behavior make it worth the read. The book paints a clearer picture of her seemingly "reverse-sexist" liberal tendancies, and her willingness to spin any line to succeed as a politician and ultimately, possibly, President of the United States.
"The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President" was a very interesting read, but not surprising. Hillary has always come across as a very controlling, egotistical, want to be! This book just delivers the information...Highly recommended.
All I can say is that I absolutely loved reading this book. It only took me a few days and if I didn't have other committments, it would have been read in a day.
Not only have I learned a lot about the Clinton's and the ins and outs of their twisted relationship, it was eye opening on a political stand point. Behind the scenes of Hillary's life and her life along the political ladder definately gives you the "Things that make you go HMMMMMM!"
I'm not all that into politics but I would definately recommend this book to someone that isn't either. Gives you a lot to think about and gives you the inside scoop on the candidate Hillary returning to run again for President.
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This book tells Hilary's life story and includes photos of her and Bill all the way back. It goes into the Oval Office and other areas of the White House including the Presidential suite and tells as much about Bill's affairs as it does about Hillary's temperament, ambition, and craftiness that she will use to get where she is planning to be in 2008.
This controversial book contains shocking accounts of key moments in Hillary's private and political life. She is portrayed as a woman of many contradictions. This book is a facinating describtion of a political life!
Edward Klein gives Hillary no slack in this book. He has many sources of information for his opinions. But is Hillary willing to go as far as he claims?
A good read. If this is true, why were so many Americans willing to vote for her in the Democratic state primaries?