Best-selling conservative author Edward Klein's newest work covers territory he's been relentlessly exploring for years — Hillary Clinton.
"Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,"
due next month, is a political biography of Clinton "and her quest to be America’s first woman president," according to Regnery Publishing.
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Klein told Newsmax TV
host Steve Malzberg that distrust of Hillary Clinton is "nothing new" and has been around ever since her husband, Bill, was elected president in 1992.
People don't feel she is sincere in what she says, that's she's scripted and never spontaneous, Klein said. He said he had the book's title even before her recent email scandal.
"There's something always behind what she's saying, and that there's a calculation about her," Klein said. "You can't get elected president of the United States if 57 percent of the people think you're a liar, untrustworthy – and they do."
"Unlikeable" follows Klein's shocker about the rocky relationship between the Obama and Clinton families, "Blood Feud,"
and a scathing look at the political rise of Barack Obama, in "Amateur,"
which sold 230,000 copies, according to the Guardian.
The new book is already creating a buzz.
Fox News commentator Liz Trotta praises Klein's newest work is "old-fashioned, hard-hitting reporting about a driven modern-day Borgia clawing her way to power."
Klein is a former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine, and contributing editor at Vanity Fair magazine. He also wrote "The Truth About Hillary."
Get Ed Klein's latest reports on his new blog EdwardKlein.com.
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