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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2009

    Gary Aldrich's research is very extensive on his concerns as an FBI agent in the White House.

    Aldrich repeats himself over and over regarding his concern for the lack
    of respect shown to him and his work by the Clinton staff.
    His research is extensive and documented.
    Easy reading but lags interest after once declaring the lack of respect
    and laid back daily operations of the Clinton staff.
    Comparison of one President to another is comparing different generations.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2004

    EXCELLENT BOOK!

    Anyone who's ever held a security clearance or worked in law enforcement will appreciate Aldrich's ongoing frustration with Clinton Staffers perpetually walking around with 'temporary' or 'visitor' badges because they wouldn't submit to even a cursory background check or basic interview. He points out telling details of security lapses, character traits, personal habits, and the driving forces behind them that only a trained observer would notice and find significant. A biased political hack could not have written a book like this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2002

    novel

    for a vovel this book whould be a master piece - cause its pure fiction - just a low one-sided can come up with this kind of book. even if some were true. rather borrow from a library than buy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2001

    How the Clintons proved this book to be true!

    Excellent reading for those who would like to know how long ago people close to the White House knew about the complete disrespect the Clintons and their 'friends' had for the Presidency of the United States of America. This book may have been a tad unbelieveable when it first was published, but with the now proven unethical Clintons and their vulgar administration, it is all very clear. Most of us did not need to learn this fact after they left office with hundreds of scandals.

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