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Tuesday, 18 April 2017 06:33

Author Accuses Bob Woodward of Acting Unethically for Hillary Seance Scoop

Written by  Tim Graham

It was buried on page B-6, but one of the hotter articles on the Washington Post website on Sunday raised serious questions about a Post legend: Bob Woodward. A new book from journalist Barbara Feinman Todd chronicles her career in aiding three Post "icons" as well as Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Former New York Times public editor Clark Hoyt was the book reviewer. He relayed that Feinman Todd accuses Woodward of a "breathtaking betrayal," and Hoyt agrees that "if true, would be a serious breach of journalistic ethics. In a telephone interview, Woodward denied her account."

Feinman Todd writes that in October 1995, after she finished ghosting Clinton's It Takes a Village, Woodward invited her to his house for coffee and a visit. They went for a walk, and he pried from her a juicy Clinton story.

After "spelling out all kinds of conditions that he couldn't use anything I told him," Feinman Todd writes, she related a bizarre scene she had witnessed earlier that year, when a New Agey spiritual adviser led Clinton through imaginary conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi, apparently as a way to help relieve the pressures of White House life.

The adviser's name was Jean Houston, and she quickly found favor with Mrs.

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If you have to consult with spiritualists, then your IQ is lacking. duh... I always believed killery was mentally off. amen

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