Ed Klein: Clintons Believe E-mail Story an Inside Job from Obama W.H.

‘All of this, I’m told, is prompted by Valerie Jarrett and the president who do not want to see Hillary Clinton President of the United States’

MORRIS: “You think this is an inside job. You think the Obama administration throwing her under the bus?”
KLEIN: “It’s not only me who thinks this. Bill Clinton thinks this as well. He has said, according to my sources, that the White House is leaking to their friendly — their friends in the mainstream media, stories about the Clintons, not only about Hillary, but about him and about what she did while she was in the State Department. It’s my understanding that — this is from sources within the White House — that the Clintons know that Hillary is under not one, but six different investigations prompted by the White House.” 
MORRIS: “You also spoken to sources at the State Department. What are they saying?”
KLEIN: “They’re saying that they’re taking tons of documents. They see them being wheeled through the corridors from Clinton’s old offices and they’re going through these, looking for problems on her expense account, on her dealings with foreign leaders. All of this, I’m told, is prompted by Valerie Jarrett and the president who do not want to see Hillary Clinton President of the United States.”
MORRIS: “Why not?”
KLEIN: “They don’t feel — they feel the Clintons are very centrist as far as the Democratic party is concerned, that if Hillary becomes president, she won’t carry out the legacy of Barack Obama, which is much further to the Left than the Clinton’s; that she’ll cooperate with the Republicans the way Bill Clinton did when he was in office and dilute whatever Obama was able to accomplish.”

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