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Here comes an Oc­to­ber sur­prise: “Guilty as Sin” by Ed Klein, for­mer edi­tor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine, and au­thor of nu­mer­ous in­ves­tiga­tive books, in­clud­ing “The Truth About Hil­lary.” The au­thor’s new­est work show­cases the con­tro­versy sur­round­ing Hil­lary Clinton’s use of a pri­vate email server, and the im­pli­ca­tions for na­tional se­cu­rity.

“In this era of in­tense par­ti­san rancor, my books deal­ing with Hil­lary Clinton have drawn a bar­rage of crit­i­cism from the left, which mim­ics the vit­riol spread by the Clinton slime room. How­ever, all of my books, in­clud­ing the newly pub­lished Guilty as Sin, have fea­tured ex­clu­sive in­ter­views and news-break­ing sto­ries that other jour­nal­ists have found hard to match,” Mr. Klein tells In­side the Belt­way.

“And in ev­ery case, these in­ter­views and sto­ries have proven to be unas­sail­ably true. My read­ers know that Hil­lary is guilty as sin; they want the real story be­hind Hil­lary’s trail of cor­rup­tion and cover-ups, and that’s what I’ve given them,” the au­thor says, not­ing there is a “mine­field of ev­i­dence” to pon­der.

“Klein uncovers the real story be­hind Hil­lary’s email scan­dals and the dirty po­lit­i­cal games that have kept her one step ahead of the law — for now,” ad­vises Reg­n­ery Pub­lish­ing. “Klein re­veals what the FBI’s team of 150plus in­ves­ti­ga­tors re­ally found on Clinton’s server — and what Bill and Hil­lary still have left in their bag of tricks in their des­per­ate quest to get back into the Oval Of­fice.” tax­pay­ers $80 mil­lion.

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