Inside the SCREAMING Match Between Bill & Hillary as Campaign Came Crashing Down [VIDEO]

Inside the SCREAMING Match Between Bill & Hillary as Campaign Came Crashing Down [VIDEO]

By now, Donald Trump’s victory on election day is old news. But what was happening in the days leading up to his win? Hillary Clinton clearly thought she was going to win. Everything wasn’t smooth sailing in the Clinton campaign, though. Before the election, Bill and Hillary Clinton evidently were getting into screaming matches.


According to New York Times bestselling author Ed Klein, who recently published his fourth book about the Clintons, Bill and Hillary had major disagreements about how to handle Hillary’s dropping poll numbers. “I was with Bill in Little Rock when he had this shouting match with Hillary on the phone and she accused Comey for reviving the investigation into her use of a private email server and reversing her campaign’s momentum,” one of Bill Clinton’s advisers said.

“Bill didn’t buy the excuse that Comey would cost Hillary the election. As far as he was concerned, all the blame belonged to [campaign manager Robby] Mook, [campaign chairman John] Podesta and Hillary because they displayed a tone-deaf attitude about the feeble economy and its impact on millions and millions of working-class voters.”


Evidently, the argument got Bill pretty heated.

“Bill was so red in the face during his conversation with Hillary that I worried he was going to have a heart attack. He got so angry that he threw his phone off the roof of his penthouse apartment and toward the Arkansas River,” the source claimed.

Bill also felt that Hillary’s advisers ignored his advice. He had encouraged them to make the economy a big part of her campaign, but they didn’t. He also told advisers that they should try to connect with people who felt left behind in the technology and globalization revolution. “Bill said that constantly attacking Trump for his defects made Hillary’s staff and the media happy, but that it wasn’t a message that resonated with voters, especially in the rust belt,” they said. “Bill always campaigned as a guy who felt your pain, but Hillary came across as someone who was pissed off at her enemy [Trump], not someone who was reaching out and trying to make life better for the white working class.”

Hillary also felt that white Catholics were not an audience that she needed to reach out to and declined an invitation to speak at the University of Notre Dame for a St. Patrick’s Day event, a decision that Bill disagreed with.

“Bill also said that many African Americans were deeply disappointed with the results of eight years of Obama. Despite more and more government assistance, black weren’t economically any better off, and black-on-black crime was destroying their communities. He said Hillary should have gone into the South Side of Chicago and condemned the out-of-control violence.”

While Bill agreed that FBI Director James Comey’s decision to reopen the investigation into Hillary’s e-mail server hurt her campaign, he was more bothered by her decision to sideline him and ignore his advice.

“A big part of Bill’s anger toward Hillary was that he was sidelined during the entire campaign by her advisers,” said the source. “He can’t be effective if he sees himself as just another hired hand. He wasn’t listened to and that infuriated him. After all, he knows something about campaigns, and he told me in early October that Hillary and her advisers were blowing it. Hillary wouldn’t listen. She told Bill that his ideas were old and that he was out of touch. In the end, there was nothing he could do about it because Hillary and her people weren’t listening to anything he said.”

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