Morris demolishes the image of Bill and Hillary as liberals or conservatives. In a review of his book, The Sunday Telegraph writes the Clintons “have no conviction, no ideology, no guiding purpose. Driven by raw ambition, they will make any compromise necessary to advance their interests.”
“In the spring of 1971, I met a girl,” he began, and then for the next 42 minutes Clinton waltzed through a storybook portrayal of his marriage to Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The Associated Press writes the goal of the story
…was to make Clinton, perhaps the most famous female politician in the world, yet a public figure her aides claim remains unknown, unrelatable to voters. He cast her as a liberal heroine of her own story, who fought for education reform, health care, civil rights, the disabled, 9/11 first responders and economically depressed rural areas.
The reality is something else entirely.
The Clintons Sabotaged Progressives They Claim to Support
Bill Clinton was a low-level CIA operative in the 1960s and Hillary Rodham a supporter of Barry Goldwater.
During an NPR interview in 1996, Clinton told Scott Simon her political beliefs were “rooted in the conservatism that I was raised with”…
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