Huma Abedin to Secret Service Agents: “Do You Know Who I Am?”

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Aug 3rd, 2014
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Guess who isn’t looking forward to 2016? The Secret Service. Any agents who haven’t retired yet are facing eight more punishing years.

Her nasty treatment, her explosive temper and her imperious attitude toward those assigned to her detail have earned former first lady Hillary Clinton the title of the most detested person under the protection of the Secret Service, according to Ron Kessler in his explosive forthcoming book The First Family Detail, published by Crown Forum.

‘Hillary was so mistrustful and vengeful,’ a former agent told Kessler.

‘Agents say being on Hillary Clinton’s detail is the worst duty assignment in the Secret Service. Being assigned to her detail is a form of punishment.’

She didn’t like law enforcement officers or the military, former Secret Service agent Lloyd Bulman stated. ‘She was just really rude to almost everybody. She’d act like she didn’t want you around, like you were beneath her.’

Glad-handing on the road on her Senatorial campaign, when they arrived at a 4-F Club in the land of dairy cows in upstate New York, she saw cows and people in jeans. That enraged her and she asked a staffer, ‘What the f*** did we come her for? There’s no money here’.

While Chelsea comes off as an angel, very cordial and sweet, Huma Abedin, Hillary’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department and traveling chief of staff during her campaign for the presidency, is considered as vile and rude as Hillary.

‘Huma looked down on the agents and treated them as second-class citizens’, a former agent stated. If she wasn’t recognized, she would say, ‘Do you know who I am’?

I’m guessing that by then they knew exactly who she was.

In response to her rudeness, they let her carry her own luggage – and the first lady’s luggage as well. ‘She’d have four bags, and we’d stand there and watch her and say, ‘Oh, can we hold the door for you’?


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