When Hillary Clinton is out of the public eye, her behavior is that of the superior elitist who can do no wrong. She loses her temper, and takes her anger out on staffers. Joan Baggett served as an assistant to President Bill Clinton. She had this to say about Mrs. Clinton,
“People didn’t feel comfortable disagreeing the first lady, even when she was wrong.”
“She would blow up over something that she misinterpreted. Again, you can’t take her on, she’s not my boss. You can’t take on the First Lady. I remember one time in one of these meetings where she was blowing up about [President Clinton’s] staff and how we were all incompetent and he was having to be the mechanic and drive the car and do everything. That we weren’t capable of anything.”
Baggett added Hillary Clinton would insult staffers in front of their colleagues, which made for awkward situations.
“Sometimes she’d be in those meetings and I’d think, please don’t let her yell at me.”
During a meeting with President Obama, she accused him of initiating her embarrassing email investigation, and demanded,
“What I want for you to do is call off your f–king dogs, Barack!”
The president was stunned by Clinton’s behavior, according to witnesses.
President Obama responded,
“There is nothing I can do for you one way or another. Things have been set in motion, and I can’t and won’t interfere. Your problems are, frankly, of your own making. If you had been honest . . .”
Clinton interrupted by saying,
“There are always haters out there to get the Clintons.”
As Secretary of State, Mrs. Clinton was asked a question through a translator. The translator confused President Obama with President Bill Clinton. Mrs. Clinton responded sharply, pointing both hands at the innocent questioner,
“Wait! You want me to tell you what my husband thinks? My husband is not the secretary of state! I am! So, you ask my opinion, I will tell you my opinion. I’m not going to be channeling my husband!”
Bill Monroe, a shocked Clinton acquaintance, provided this example,
“Hillary’s vulgar and nasty language is well documented. To directly quote her: ‘F**k off! It’s enough that I have to see you ****-kickers every day, I’m not going to talk to you, too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut.”
Her current presidential campaign has also been stressful. A campaign worker stated,
“Hillary’s been having screaming, child-like tantrums that have left staff members in tears and unable to work. She thought the nomination was hers for the asking, but her mounting problems have been getting to her and she’s become shrill and, at times, even violent.”
In one bout of anger, Hillary Clinton lashed out at a low-level campaigner for making a mistake in scheduling. When the girl finally turned away, Mrs. Clinton, grabbed her by the arm, and the young woman tried to pulled away.
The Clinton campaign team is very concerned her anger may surface at the wrong time. This is why she doesn’t talk to reporters, and why she initially wanted the debates kept down to 3. (It was only after she realized Bernie’s growing popularity, that she had Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC head, increase the number of debates.) The campaign team worries she could have a serious meltdown in front of TV cameras.
A campaign adviser said jokingly, “We’re having some success in giving her some chill pills.”
Some of Hillary Clinton’s campaign aides stated her anger comes from her declining poll numbers and the email and Benghazi scandals. (Duh!)
They are trying to redirect her anger towards Republicans and Bernie Sanders, but when she’s out of the public eye, her behavior is that of the superior elitist who can do no wrong. How would she behave as the most powerful woman on the planet?