WASHINGTON: A book by political strategist Roger Stone called The Clintons’ War On Women, to be published by Skyhorse, is scheduled to be released on October 13. It details Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s abusive behaviour.
According to several reports, Stone, in his book, claims that Hillary has a long history of being domestically violent with Bill. He says that Hillary has “beaten former United States President Bill Clinton, hit him with hard objects, scratched and clawed him, and made him bleed”. Stone told the New York Post, “There’s only one Hillary Clinton: she’s the Ice Queen.
That’s the real Hillary. The one you see in her campaign — that’s the fake.” Dee Dee Myers, the former White House Press Secretary, had also made allegations about Hillary’s temper in Gail Sheehy’s infamous 1999 book, Hillary’s Choice. She had said that in March 1993, when Hillary flew to see her father, who was seriously ill in Arkansas, Bill reportedly entertained singer Barbra Streisand at the White House. Streisand had apparently spent the night at the White House as she was a huge fan of the President. When Hillary found out, she flew back home in a fit of rage.
Bill was later spotted with a huge scratch on his neck, which Myers said she had defended by telling reporters that he had cut himself while shaving. Myers also alleged that Hillary would get very angry with people who didn’t agree with her and would hold a grudge. Another time, during the Monica Lewinsky-Bill Clinton scandal that rocked the White House, the staff could hear Hillary’s violent outbursts against Bill, according to another book, as reported by Daily Mail.
‘You stupid, stupid, stupid bastard,’ Hillary shouted. “In the past, Hillary had thrown books and an ashtray at the president — both hitting their mark . . . Hillary slapped him across the face — hard enough to leave a red mark that would be clearly visible to Secret Service agents when he left the room,” said the book. Compared to Hillary’s salty language, Bill Clinton was a gentleman, according to a retired Secret Service agent.