Secret Service agent warns of 'dictator' Hillary
Gary Byrne worked in the White House during the Clinton administration, but he wasn’t among the speakers invited to give testimony at the Democratic National Convention last week of Hillary Clinton’s character and deeds.
Had he been given the opportunity, his summary of Clinton would have been: “She’s a dictator.”
“There are two sets of rules. There are rules for the Clintons, and there are rules for everybody else,” he said.
Byrne, who protected the Clintons for eight years as a uniformed Secret Service officer, spoke to WND at the Republican National Convention about his bestselling book, “Crisis of Character.”
He responded to the fierce criticism he has received from Clinton supporters and the president of the Association of Former Agents of the United States Secret Service, who denounced the book, saying there is “no place for any self-moralizing narratives, particularly those with an underlying motive.”