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“Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,” by Ed Klein, alleges former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton screamed at President Obama to call off his “f–king dogs!” as her private server scandal exploded.

Hillary Clinton allegedly barked at President Obama to call off his “f–king dogs” after it became obvious her private email server scandal wasn’t going to disappear.

Sources close to Clinton and Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarret told Ed Klein of an explosive Oval Office meeting between the former secretary of state and the president for his new book, “Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary.”

“What I want for you to do is call off your f–king dogs, Barack!” Clinton allegedly said to Obama, sources told Klein.

The meeting was called between the two despite former president Bill Clinton’s reservations, the New York Post reported Wednesday.

Klein’s sources said the president was so jarred by Clinton’s approach he needed a moment to gather his composure. When he did respond, he was brutally frank.

“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 allegedly said, the paper reported. “If you had been honest …”

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Nick Merrill, Clinton’s spokesman, told the New York Post Klein’s sources are full of “bullsh-t.”

“He has more hair than credibility, and the man is bald. So we’re not going to get down in the gutter with him and his outrageous fabrications,” Merrill said, the paper reported.

“Unlikeable: The Problem with Hillary,” comes out out Monday, Sept. 28.

Clinton insists her decision to use her own private email server to conduct official business as secretary of state was “fully above board.”

“I am sorry that this has been confusing to people and has raised a lot of questions, but there are answers to all these questions,” Clinton told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Sept. 4, WND reported.

 

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