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Book Makes Wild Accusation that Michelle Obama Nickenamed HIllary Clinton “HIldebeest”

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A new book published by journalist Ed Klein alleges that although the Clintons and Michelle and HillaryObamas appear to be on good terms, there’s actually a good deal of residual animosity that exists between the two families.

Klein’s new book “Bloοd Feud” makes the bombshell claim that Bill Clinton still hates President Obama and Michelle Obama refers to Hillary Clinton as Hildabeest.

Although it is assumed that Obama will support Hillary if she decides to run for president in 2015, Klein says the tension between the two families has gotten so bad that Obama has threαtened to go back on that promise.

The animosity reportedly began in 2008 when Bill Clinton, discussing Obama,  told friends, “I hate that man Obama more than any man I’ve ever met, more than any man who ever lived,” in response to the Obama campaign insinuating that Clinton was a racist.

The New York Post reports that the animosity was mutual, with Obama regularly making excuses not to interact with Bill Clinton. According to the Post,  Valerie Jarrett and Mrs. Obama would routinely have chardonnay after hours at the White House where the first lady would refer to Hillary Clinton as Hildebeest for that “menacing and shaggy-maned gnu that roams the Serengeti.”

A source close to Bill Clinton also reportedly told Klein that Clinton didn’t enjoy Obama’s company.

“Sometimes we just stare at each other. It’s pretty damn awkward. Now we both have favors to ask each other, and it’s going to be very unpleasant. But I’ve got to get this guy to owe me and to be on our side,” Clinton allegedly said.

After Obama changed the subject while Bill Clinton was discussing Hillary’s 2016 campaign, Clinton reportedly became convinced that Obama doesn’t plan on supporting Hillary during the campaign.

“Recently, I’ve been hearing a different scenario from state committeemen,” Clinton said. “They say he’s looking for a candidate who’s just like him. Someone relatively unknown. Someone with a fresh face.”