Ex-Secret Service Agent: Hillary Only Upset When Bill's Affairs Hurt Their Brand

Ex-Secret Service Agent: After Domestic Fight, We Were Worried About Bill Clinton's Safety


Former Secret Service Agent Gary Byrne commented on Hillary Clinton's 1996 mission to Bosnia, saying that a 2008 speech in which Clinton said she was under sniper fire was "a flat-out lie."

Byrne said that anybody who worked around the Clintons in the Secret Service who saw that speech would "start laughing their faces off because they knew that was a flat-out lie."

Video from the landing at Tuzla Air Force Base showed they were not being fired at; on the contrary, Clinton was embraced and handed a poem by a young girl.

After Clinton was confronted about the discrepancy in April 2008, she said she "misspoke."

Byrne said the only thing that the military had the Clintons do was sit on their flak vest as they got closer to the landing zone, which was a standard procedure.

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