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Unlimited Access : An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House Paperback – March, 1998
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As one of two FBI agents permanently assigned to the White House, one of his responsibilities was to do the background checks on White House staff and advisors. At almost every turn, he was stonewalled and not allowed to do even perfunctory checks of Clinton's friends and associates... Though it is supposed to be complete within 90 days of the new President assuming office, many people never did get properly "vetted".
Another major disappointment was the crude and vulgar language used by Clinton and his First Lady, the "F" word being quite popular.
Then there was the revulsion he experienced when asked to help decorate the White House Christmas tree, only to discover that the majority of the "ornaments" were sex toys.
There are many other examples of the appaling lack of character exhibited by the Clintons and their cronies... so much so that Aldrich finally had enough, and retired early...
The book isn't a literary masterpiece, it's a litany of the excesses, abuse of power, and moral turpitude of the persons we should be able to look to for leadership and moral courage.
The FBI (at whose orders?) refused permission for publication.
The book was privately published by brave people in, of all places, California, and was almost impossible to get. It's an eye-opener and really worth owning.
I guess I believe the people who work at the White House should be the best in their field and maintaining that standard through background checks does not seem outrageous.
I can't understand why the Clinton's hated the FBI and the Secret Service people so much they were there to help them. If it is true of how Hillary Clinton acted in the White House and the Media didn't report it, then the media is truly Liberal.
I was surprised how much trouble Mr. Aldrich had in publishing the book and the problems he had with the FBI so that it was OK to print.
The best part of the book was some of the interviews that he had with staff that had done illegal drugs. Some of their responses of surprise and how they acted in general was pretty comical.
There seems to have been a lot of corruption in that administration. I guess the thing that frightened me the most was letting foreign agents see classified material if they were willing to pay off the Clintons.
I was surprised how much power Bill Clinton had to give up because of his philandering. No wonder Hillary Clinton was will to cover it up because she got all the power. She was truly disrespectful to people which is why she got so burned on that health care thing.
I could not understand why no one prosecuted Hillary Clinton for all the illegal things she did was it because she could always get a pardon from the President, I do not know.Read more ›
When I read about the Christmas tree being decorated with drug paraphernalia, and stories about how Clinton administration officials weren't too concerned about finishing their FBI background checks (an absolute requirement designed specifically to weed out those who would do harm to national security). Such things have been the status quo of this particular administration. The way in which Clinton reacted to the Waco siege is particularly brow-raising in view of the evidence that has come out since (the use of flammable CS canisters was STILL not enough to bring about possible punishment of federal officers who allegedly lied about its use during the siege).
The reaction by Aldrich to Vincent Foster's supposed suicide is interesting in retrospect as well. Aldrich doesn't have much new to say to that, except when he regards the fact that Foster was not an imbalanced person in his view, and the agent contends that something was not quite right about the president's longtime friend killing himself (reporter Christopher Ruddy ran afoul of Clintonite spinmeisters by maintaining that Foster,indeed, was a victim of foul play. If it was complete tripe, why did Carville and other Clinton godchildren go after him like they did?).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book begins in extreme detail of the Whitehouse transition from Bush 41. The point of view is very glaring. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love reading this book about how the Clinton's really operate. Don't want them to live in the White House ever again.Published 1 month ago by CAM
I had the opportunity to read this when it was self published in a crude booklet years ago after I met an FBI agent and his wife at a church I used to attend and went to their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by tom4jean
Read this for yourself and find out why Hillary is in
trouble with the FBI.
great insight. always knew the clintons were a little off. this would make me not vote for her.Published 2 months ago by mike
I'm pleased with the book, although I have completely read it yet.Published 2 months ago by Conservative
Great book,even if only ten percent would be true, it would be to much baggage for someone seeking public office.Published 2 months ago by Redoy