Here at last in paperback — with several all-new chapters and dramatic new revelations — is the number one New York Times bestseller that warned America that the Clinton White House was for sale, its security system a disaster, and its staff irredeemably corrupt.
As one of only two FBI agents posted at the White House, Gary Aldrich’s job was to protect the President from danger and scandal by performing security checks on White House appointees. But when Bill Clinton came into office the new administration deliberately dismantled that security system — for one simple scandalous reason: Too many people hired by the Clintons could not meet the required ethical standards.
New appointees ran roughshod over White House tradition, common decency, and even federal law. Aldrich and members of the permanent White House staff were repeatedly shocked to discover drug use, rampant theft, open gay/lesbian sex, and — perhaps most alarming — widespread access to classified materials by personnel without security clearances.
Now Gary Aldrich completes his story, with shocking new revelations, including the Clintons’ sadly successful attempt to turn parts of the FBI into their own personal political force.
“Unlimited Access blows the Clintons’ cover.” — Rush Limbaugh
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