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Ex-Obama Staffer Publishes Tell-All About Non-Stop Sex and Drug Use

Former White House stenographer Beck Dorey-Stein has made salacious claims in her upcoming memoir, “From the Corner of the Oval.”

Dorey-Stein says that drug-fueled flights aboard Air Force One during the Obama years resulted in “awkward intimacy with colleagues suddenly just funny and bizarre.” As her book’s Amazon blurb explains, “In 2012, Beck Dorey-Stein is working five part-time jobs and just scraping by when a posting on Craigslist lands her, improbably, in the Oval Office as one of Barack Obama’s stenographers. The ultimate D.C. outsider, she joins the elite team who accompany the president wherever he goes, recorder and mic in hand. On whirlwind trips across time zones, Beck forges friendships with a dynamic group of fellow travelers — young men and women who, like her, leave their real lives behind to hop aboard Air Force One in service of the president.”

So much for Obama’s claim of a “scandal-free administration.” (RELATED: Obama is Not ‘Scandal-Free’ – His Administration is Almost Endless Scandals).

She goes into detail about how she and Jason Wolf, a senior staffer in the Obama White House, had steamy sex in various hotel rooms before he ultimately broke her heart. Obama’s traveling staff, which was mostly comprised of women, was dubbed “the Vagiants.”

In the book, Dorey-Stein shares more stunning details about what happened while jetting to more than 60 countries with a pool of 13 reporters. On those long flights, reportedly “everyone” took their favorite drug to sleep: Xanax, Ambien, or Sonata. That’s what resulted in so much awkward intimacy.

The Daily Mail reports that the unreal global sex romp ended badly for Dorey-Stein:

Beck intended to only live in D.C. for the duration of the job – three months … “because who wants to live in DC? – A one trick political pony town,” she writes.

“My job in the spring of 2011 was to help those hormonally-charged stressballs chill the f**k out,” Beck writes while casting an eye to what looked like “human Ken dolls in a short-sleeved button-down”.

Sitting across from one of them at the school one day flirting and thinking he was a teacher, the man told her he was working although he did not seem to be doing anything.

He was a Secret Service agent watching Malia.

In her new job assignment, Beck was advised by the hiring agency to stay away from the Secret Service agents as well as “stay with your boyfriend”.

She knew this was going to be her big break and felt confident leaving her boyfriend, Sam, back in Washington working for a PR firm writing speeches for gubernatorial candidates.

He always encouraged her and supported her taking the job that would separate them.

But Beck broke protocol of the job when she got involved in a hot and heavy secret sexual relationship with one of Obama’s senior staffers in hotel rooms – and fell in love.

Left with a broken heart and feeling duplicitous with too many nights at a bar getting drunk, she says the stolen thrill was worth the heartache although it cost her the relationship with her boyfriend in D.C.

Dorey-Stein is clearly willing to shamelessly cash in on her not-so-demure years as part of Obama’s White House Staff. And the New York Times reports the “book was optioned for adaptation as an office comedy by Universal Pictures.” Sounds like it would be a nice snapshot into life in the D.C. swamp.

This is why things are so much different in the Trump White House. Without these sort of outrageously inappropriate relationships, the reporters that were too intimate with Obama’s team suddenly turn angry and bitter. This sort of behavior would never go unnoticed in the Trump administration, which is under a microscope every day.

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