As Hillary Rodham Clinton casts her eye on her political future, former Clinton advisor and confidant Dick Morris looks back at her past, lifting the ...Show synopsisAs Hillary Rodham Clinton casts her eye on her political future, former Clinton advisor and confidant Dick Morris looks back at her past, lifting the mask to reveal the darkest side of the rising politician.Hide synopsis
Do I respect Dick Morris? Not much. Does he offer us new information here? Not much. Is the book worth reading? Yes.
Why? Because the author has been behind-the-scenes with the Clintons; he's seen her without The Mask (What-you-see-is-what-you-get with Bill, although that changes in a kaleidescopic manner). The Clinton apologistas - I consider them stark raving mad, but that's their perspective - are a lost cause. I'd urge readers who feel they are open-minded on the subject of the Clintons to read this book, and Ed Klein's. It should be obvious that, while many politicians will say anything to get ahead, Hillary leaves the rest eating her dust. Both books also do a good job outlining her pattern of sheer greed as well.
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