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Topic - Edward Klein
President Obama is going to renege on his campaign promise to Bill Clinton and press for Sen. Elizabeth Warren — not Hillary Rodham Clinton — to be the Democratic candidate for the White House in 2016, said "Blood Feud" author Edward Klein.
Oprah Winfrey doesn't like Michelle Obama because she thinks the first lady is a show-off who constantly upstages her husband — and the feelings of dislike are mutual.
In the world of gossipy politics, Edward Klein's new "Blood Feud" book is the gift that keeps on giving, the latest released excerpt pointing to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's supposed boozy rantings about President Obama as a "feckless," inept leader.
It's been 24 hours since "Blood Feud: The Clintons Vs. The Obamas" arrived on the nation's bookshelves, to be teased about and fussed over by fans and critics alike for its often startling news about both first families, and the unexpected acrimony between them.
Author Edward Klein's newest release, "Blood Feud," is being billed as a tell-all of the animosity that marked the Clinton-Obama family relations — and already sparks are flying over first lady Michelle Obama's less-than-complimentary pet name for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Noted political writer Edward Klein claims in his latest book that former President Bill Clinton dismissed President Obama as inept and incapable of performing the duties of the White House — but that he formed a secret deal to give him an endorsement for office anyway.
THE AMATEUR: BARACK OBAMA IN THE WHITE HOUSE
He's back. And this time, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright threatens to engulf President Obama in a major scandal - one that could doom his re-election. Edward Klein in his recent biography of Mr. Obama, "The Amateur," interviewed Mr. Wright about the president's past.
Mr. Clinton's response to the invite, which he did ultimately accept: "I'm not going to enjoy this," Mr. Klein wrote in his book.