Already on Amazon’s best-seller list due to pre-orders, the long-anticipated tell-all book, “Crisis of Character,” by former Secret Service agent Gary Byrne, hit the store shelves Tuesday.
Byrne appeared on the Hannity Show Monday evening in an exclusive interview, detailing some of his personal experiences while working as a secret service agent under the Clinton presidency.
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Sean Hannity is the first major news anchor to interview Byrne, as most networks are steering clear of the subject.
Byrne never had to sign a non-disclosure agreement (they were not required at the time he served), so he has a right to tell his story.
He says he feels strongly that people need to know the real Hillary Clinton and how dangerous she is. Byrne says she is dishonest and habitually lies. He’s doing this because of his love for the country, he stated.
“If she did become the president without me speaking the truth, I’m not sure I could deal with that,” Bryne told Hannity. “People need to know this is serious and her behavior is appalling – she’s two different people,” he concluded.
Below are all three parts of his exclusive interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity.
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