Dossier's Koffler: Hillary Pleads Poverty as Carney Eyes Riches

Tuesday, 10 Jun 2014 10:00 PM

By Sean Piccoli

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If Hillary Clinton is going to survive her book tour, she'll have to avoid gaffes like the one in which she told ABC's Diane Sawyer that she and President Clinton left the White House in 2001 "dead broke," Keith Koffler, editor of White House Dossier, told Newsmax TV on Tuesday.

Koffler joined Newsmax TV's Ed Berliner on "Midpoint" for a look at who's up and who's down in political Washington's news cycle. While Clinton stumbled promoting her memoir, "Hard Choices," she's having a better week than the Obama White House, which is caught in a circular firing squad over the suddenly radioactive deal to free Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

It's no wonder that longtime White House spokesman Jay Carney decided to head for greener pastures, said Koffler, who predicted Carney's next stop is atop a "big pile of money" to be made on the lecture circuit.




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