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But Uncovering Clinton is also about how Isikoff had to fight with his own editors to get his reporting into print and how he fell victim on multiple occasions to online gossip columnist Matt Drudge, who stole Isikoff's thunder by printing items about stories that hadn't run. He also found himself caught up in the machinations of Linda Tripp and her literary agent, Lucianne Goldberg, as they schemed to manipulate the president and his paramour into a compromising situation. Isikoff is up-front about the frustrations he experienced on the journalistic trail; although he wanted to think of himself as another Seymour Hersh when he set out on the Jones story, he writes, "instead, I was starting to feel like Geraldo Rivera." Even though just about everybody knows the basic story at this point, Uncovering Clinton is still as lively a read as any political thriller--and all the more unsettling for being true. --Ron Hogan --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Bill and Hillary have used and personally violated so many people in their lives; this book just details some of it that occurred when Clinton became president. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Robert P. Morrow
Isikoff takes the reader into the inner machinations of the Clinton White House. There is often a tendency to cricify reporters who write on such subject matter, administrations... Read morePublished on September 7, 2006 by Ryan Fisher
Poor Michael Isikoff couldn't get a job at the more presigious World Weakly News, instead Newsweek hired him at a bargain rate. Read morePublished on June 22, 2004
Isikoff is able to pull off something unusual, not getting placed into the loop of "Bill-Haters". He tells the story with much facts and gives us an excellent view of the players... Read morePublished on May 11, 2002 by Steve Booth
Although Isikoff is a bit overzealous, he does bring some shocking personality traits of Bill Clinton into light. Read morePublished on September 3, 2001
Ishlkoff attempts to come off as neutral, hollier than thou and bipartisan but fails miserably because the majority of Americans know the real story behind the investigation and... Read morePublished on April 14, 2001 by Robin Orlowski
Although I am a Democrat and hate negative books about the president, I feel this book give a fair and accurate account of this unsavory scandal. Read morePublished on January 1, 2001
This book very much reminded me of "All the President's Men"; it was very thorough and the book never lost my interest,which at times I wished it would so that I could put the book... Read morePublished on November 21, 2000
To anyone who has an interest in politics, this is a great source of information concerning the Clinton administration! Very well written, and non paritsan. Worth every penny! Read morePublished on July 5, 2000 by Kevin W. Dougherty