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Tripp calls Hillary, 70, a 'destroyer of women' who would do anything to protect their 'political viability.'Working at the White House for the Clinton administration for two years, Tripp says she witnessed 'unfathomable' deeds of the 'unscrupulous' couple that makes her confident America 'dodged a bullet' when Hillary lost the presidency to Trump.Tripp is stepping forward again to reveal the true character of Hillary, who she describes as a scheming wife who would grow stronger when her horndog husband misbehaved.She said: 'I think the most hurtful thing for me to watch during the campaign was [that] she touted herself as a champion of women.She is a destroyer of women should they get in her way'Tripp worked for, and admired, George Bush Sr but, when Clinton took office in 1993, her excitement at having a President 'of her generation,' quickly soured.There are no rules, no laws that apply to them.' She added: 'I think by nature Bill Clinton would turn the other cheek knowing as he does what his role was with these women.But Hillary's role was that she said, "We'll just have to destroy them," and she means it.'Looking back, Tripp said, she 'underestimated' the Clintons and, 'the power of a joined force.' The power Tripp observed as wielded by Hillary made her uncomfortable.'And several of them talked openly about it.'What really bothered Tripp, who worked first for the Oval Office and then with Vince Foster for the Counsel to the President, was what she witnessed from her ring-side seat of the inner workings of a scandal-ridden administration.First came Whitewater when the Clintons' financial contributions to real estate deals in Arkansas during Bill's governorship came under scrutiny, then Travelgate in 1993 when seven members of the travel office were fired allegedly to make way for Clinton cronies.
I pinched myself every day that I was allowed to work [there] in any capacity…to be allowed to be a small part of it was such an honor and a blessing.'But with the arrival of the Clintons that 'changed very, very quickly.' Tripp said: 'I think we just approached life differently but that really didn't appall me because we're all people of different viewpoints.'It was something far more sinister than that.Pictured: The Clintons at Trump's inauguration ceremony in January Bill Clinton met Lewinsky at a White House function in 1997, and continued to pose together even after starting their White House affair.They are pictured together - Lewinsky wearing her infamous blue dress - following a radio address in February 1997Tripp's disdain for the Clintons is palpable.Tripp has pointed to that time in history as giving men in power the permission to abuse their status in order to satisfy their sexual appetites.But Bill Clinton wasn't the only one to abuse his power.