Unlimited Access is the first book that tells us what rreally went on in the Clinton White house. The answers are terrifying and demands attention.
The author, a 25-year FBI special agent, was charged with a responsibility to continue a three-decade tradition of thoroughly investigating any person whose work entailed having access to the White House. From the President and family through employees and consultants, each person was interviewed and researched prior to gaining that access.
At least that's the way it was BEFORE the Clinton administration. When Hillary took over all hiring and appointing, she first delayed, then effectively negated any investigations into backgrounds and character. Even when the FBI presented information proving shady or outright illegal activity, she ignored FBI recommendations. And that was just the beginning of the change in direction.
A "must-read" for anyone curious about Obama's stated "open Whitehouse" intention and his choice of many of the advisors and consultants recommended to him by Hillary.
Kinda like a train wreck! Clinton-lovers figure it's a fictional account by an upset agent. Those who see the Clintons for what they truly are will enjoy the book, and get a second wind for doing all they can to insure Hillary never lives in the White House again.
The book the Clintons tried to kill. #1 NYT Best seller
Good record of FBI's feeling toward Clinton's lack of responsibility in getting
White House workers to apply for security clearances. FBI man (Aldrich) noted
how White House Christmas tree was decorated with odd items: (Condoms
and hypodermic needle parts.)
Note: This book was lost and then found and re-posted for swap.
By now the whory notion of doing a tell-all book about your boss, the President, is a hoary one too. (It dates back to Ike, who got the treatment from one of his doctors.) But with this book, the Clinton administration breaks new ground by being on the receiving end of a kiss-and-sell from a member of the White House security staff. Aldrich was an FBI agent assigned to the White House under both Bush and Clinton who, as this book makes clear, didn't think the changeover was progress. He mostly fixes on anthropological differences: the Bush staffers were neat and straight, the Clintonites were sloppy and had kinky work- shift sex a stone's throw from the Oval Office. Who knows if it's true? Who knows if Aldrich was debating between this and other more devastating forms of revenge available to a presidential guard?
It makes me laugh that this book comes up under the category of nonfiction, when in fact the "truths" in the book are obviously utter fabrications.
With amateurish writing, the author, a former FBI agent who worked in the Clinton White House, attempts to smear the Clinton family with such outlandish accusations such as the claim that the Clintons hung crack pipes on the White House Christmas tree.
If you are a Clinton-hater, you'll probably love this work of fiction. Otherwise, skip it.
This book should be rated 5 stars. With the attentioned focused on homosexuality in congress, this is a reminder of homosexuality in the Clinton administration in the White House. Shocking revelations.