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Clinton, Trump Campaigns' Drama Fills New Book

Clinton, Trump Campaigns' Drama Fills New Book

The second 2016 presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., on Sun. Oct. 9, 2016.  (John Locher/AP)

By    |   Monday, 27 February 2017 12:44 PM EST

My new book "Game of Thorns" will be released soon and it is a hoot. This is the story of the 2016 election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. If you've followed this election on YouTube and the mainstream media, you are definitely going to want to read this book and get it straight.

It takes you on-board the Hillary Clinton campaign jet, where they are popping the corks of Champagne bottles to celebrate their impending victory. It takes you to the despair at Trump Tower, where rumors spread that Donald Trump is going to start his own television network after he loses. Sean Hannity will be the host.

You've got to read what they were saying in the green room at Fox News.

The book goes into detail about the Clinton IRS hit squads that were to come.

Read how the Catholic Church will be co-opted, its doctrines liberated by a Clinton campaign to create a "Catholic Spring." Learn about the plans for the future of the military chaplaincy.

One of my sources actually prepared a videotape in case he would become the target of assassination. The story of this tape and parts of the testimony broke on Drudge last night. It was published in the Daily Mail, you can read it here. But you will have to pre-order your book to read most of it.

The book give you the inside story of how President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton tried to reason with the Hillary Clinton campaign and how they refused the advise. This story broke in The Daily Caller and raised some eyebrows but no denials from the Obama or Clinton camp.

Read how political enemies were pushing a fake news story about Melania Trump.

Read how the Clinton's and the Bushes colluded together and then broke apart and betrayed each other.

Get the actual facts and evidence on how the media planned events and stories, working together with the Clinton campaign. And how deeply their bias ran.

But most of all, enjoy the delicious delight as Clinton celebs use profanity and sacrilegious language to try to persuade the undecided Catholics in the Rust Belt and evangelical Christians in the Southern States and the Florida panhandle to vote for Hillary Clinton.

Enjoy the gathering of the rich and famous Clinton surrogates meeting on Nov. 4, 2016, days before the election, to create a video urging America to get out and vote.

Referring to Trump as "garbage" and comparing him to Hitler, they sang, “J***s f*****g Chr*t / Holy f*****g s**t / you’ve got to vote."

The actress Rachel Bloom said afterward,  "If this video motivates one person, especially in a swing state, to just get out there, then it will have been worth it. I just personally didn’t want to say I did nothing. I wanted to say I tried."

Yes, she certainly did. Hillary proudly embraced her celebrities onstage, that last weekend,

They all wept in bewilderment when she lost.

And enjoy the stories of election night that can never be shown on YouTube. Inside Hillary's suite at the Peninsula hotel, where shouts could be heard and glass shattered.

I have five sources for that scene.

Hillary outspent the Donald, five to three in campaign funds, six to one in PAC money, including the largest funded PAC in American history. All the major banks and corporations backed her. Clinton paid staff outnumbered Trump's five to one.

Their ground games were incomparable. She had 960,000 volunteers on the ground. His had evaporated after the Access Hollywood tape, like snow on a sunny day.

Her digital team was led by the former CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt.

Trump asked his son-in-law to come up with something.

Some 240 newspapers endorsed her candidacy, 19 backed Trump.

The very day of the election, The New York Times gave her 91 percent  odds to win.

She was destined for greatness. She would be immortal. She would be compared to Cleopatra, Elizabeth I, Catherine the Great, and yet she would have more power than any of them ever had.

She would instantly transcend other modern female leaders, such as Margaret Thatcher and Angela Merkel, because she would be running the world’s greatest superpower. "Will you fire FBI Director James Comey?" she was asked repeatedly by staffers and donors, some only days before the election.

She hadn't decided, she would tell them.

Comey would have to wait in suspense. It is a great story, perhaps the greatest story of our lifetime and it is the "Game of Thorns."

Pre-order my new book, “Game of Thorns,” to be released Feb. 28, 2017. Learn the inside story of Trump-Clinton 2016 Campaign!

Doug Wead is a presidential historian who served as a senior adviser to the Ron Paul presidential campaign. He is a New York Times best-selling author, philanthropist, and adviser to two presidents, including President George H.W. Bush. He is the author of "Game of Thorns: Inside the Clinton-Trump Campaign of 2016," which is due to be released on Feb. 28, 2017. Read more reports from Doug Wead — Click Here Now.

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This is the story of the 2016 election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
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