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Former Secret Service Agent Says Clinton’s Secret Trips to Visit Mistresses Endangered Lives

Former President Bill Clinton’s late-night jaunts to meet women endangered the lives of Secret Service agents according to one former officer, and in one particular case left a man severely injured.

While the media is pouncing on a new tell-all book about the Trump White House, another book revealing new details about Clinton is largely fading into the background.

Gary Byrne, a former agent whose post involved protecting Hillary Clinton and working outside the Oval Office in the 1990s, has written a new book titled, Secrets of the Secret Service: The History and Uncertain Future of the U.S. Secret Service.

In it, he chronicles the numerous times Clinton tried to get the Secret Service to allow him to sneak out of the White House and meet up with women outside his marriage.

Byrne claims that the man we call ‘Slick Willie’ would often leave the White House and meet up with “well-known and lesser-known mistresses.”

He said that Clinton initially tried to get the Arkansas State Police (presumably already in on the game) to help protect him, then tried to sneak out in a lone car driven by a long time aide.

Because of these issues, Byrne says, the Secret Service compromised and provided him with a tiny motorcade that would obey traffic laws so as to go undetected around D.C.

That kind of behavior almost got one agent killed.

“An unnamed Uniform Division officer trying to keep up ran a red light and was T-boned in an intersection, suffering a traumatic brain injury,” writes Paul Bedard at the Washington Examiner.

He and two others were injured in the accident.

“Were Clinton’s sordid personal affairs worth an officer’s life?” Byrne asked.

In a previous book, Byrne claims that he walked in on Clinton engaged in sex acts with someone who was neither his wife nor famed former intern Monica Lewinsky.

He also famously warned officials of Lewinsky’s odd behavior years before the affair became public, which included late-night access to the West Wing despite her being a low-level aide.

“Was that the duty we had signed up for,” Byrne asked in his latest publication, referencing protection for Clinton while he carried out affairs. Was that “the reason we spent so much time away from our families?”

Are you shocked that Clinton may have used Secret Service to gallivant around D.C. and meet women? Share your thoughts below!

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