Hillary to Obama “Call Off Your F*^#ing Dogs” Obama: “No”

UnlikeableAccording to a new book coming out Monday, the recent closed-door meeting between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama did not go well.

According to the book, during the meeting, which was requested by Hillary, she shouted at him, “Call off your f*^#ing dogs!!”  Obama told her he couldn’t and wouldn’t interfere and that the problem was of her own making by setting up and operating a private server.  The March 23rd meeting came as Hillary and her campaign came under attack for her illegal activities.

“There is nothing I can do for you one way or another. Things have been set in motion, and I can’t and won’t interfere. Your problems are, frankly, of your own making,” Obama said.

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Clinton had requested the meeting to discuss what she described as  “minor, meaningless violations.”  One has to wonder if that conversation and Hillary’s outburst led to the FBI getting involved in the investigation and whether Loretta Lynch will intervene like Holder did for Lois Lerner.

There are reasons to believe the investigation will not go well for Hillary.  One is the FBI seizing the Clinton server and the thumb drives in the possession of her lawyer.

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