Former Secret Service Agent’s Book On The Clintons Contradicted By His Own TestimonyBreaking News
tags: Hillary Clinton, election 2016
Gary Byrne, a former Secret Service agent who worked in Bill Clinton’s White House, tells a dramatic story in his upcoming book about how he personally helped a White House steward dispose of towels stained by semen and lipstick to protect the president from a sex scandal.
That story, as well as another Byrne tells about walking in on Bill Clinton making out with a TV journalist, is different from what he told investigators from Kenneth Starr’s Office of the Independent Counsel in 1998, a BuzzFeed News review of interviews, depositions, and grand jury testimony has found.
In the book, Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience With Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate, Byrne writes that a White House steward named Bayani Nelvis came to him with a stained towel, asking, “Does that look like semen to you?”
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