Hillary Clinton’s Aides Are Trying to Find Who Leaked Personal Info For Tell-All Book
A new tell-all book about Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaign called Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign revealed some telling information about the should-be president.
Apparently, people in Hillary’s camp are trying to sniff out who leaked particular information to the authors: journalists Jonathan Allen and Amie Barnes.
Some of the information included that Hillary was terribly upset about Donald’s win, so much so that she was in denial until Obama called and told her to surrender with dignity.
It’s also reported that she apologized to Obama (“Mr. President, I’m sorry…”) after finding out she lost.
“The knives are out to find the people who spoke about the campaign to the authors of this book,” a source said to Page Six. “Dennis [Cheng, the finance director of Hillary’s presidential campaign] has been texting prominent campaign staffers, asking who talked. He’s on a witch hunt to find out who talked to save their own skin, throwing Hillary and her campaign manager Robby Mook under the bus.”
The book also described the campaign was “inept” and sources say the information “could only have come from someone in the inner circle… There’s some speculation that Huma Abedin cooperated to save her own reputation. However, she and Hillary are still very close.”
The book described another witch hunt that ensued in 2008 when Hillary lost the nomination to Obama. Apparently, she had an aide access the campaign’s server to check emails from top staffers: “She believed her campaign had failed her . . . and she wanted to see who was talking to who, who was leaking to who.”
On April 27, Clinton’s top aides are attending a “thank-you party” at the apartment of Charles Myers, reports Page Six.
The source added, “Everybody will be eyeing everyone else suspiciously.” A rep for Clinton said, “It was our campaign. We lived it. So we don’t need a book to know what really happened, and what’s in there that’s flat-out made up. Huma didn’t talk to them.”