(Breitbart) Just ahead of a possible Hillary run for the presidency, the Clinton Library released a new load of documents from President Bill Clinton's years in the White House. One of those documents attempts to explain Hillary's "vast right-wing conspiracy" claim in which the Clinton administration accused Republican staffers of colluding with "extremists" on the Internet to hurt the Clintons.
On January 27, 1998, Hillary Clinton appeared on NBC's Today Show. During her interview with Matt Lauer, she claimed that a "vast right-wing conspiracy" had been trying to destroy her husband "since the day he announced for president."
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That interview drew a lot of raised eyebrows and became a joke for years afterward. Hillary's accusation became such a hot-button issue that Clinton's White House felt it had to defend itself and drew up a full 28-page report to "prove" that there was, indeed, a "vast right-wing conspiracy." This conspiracy was brewing, supposedly, among conservative think tanks, in conservative newspapers, and on that newfangled Internet thing, as all were colluding with the GOP to undermine the President.