Gary Aldrich

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Former FBI agent Gary Aldrich was assigned to the White House under both Bush and Clinton. He is listed as founder and president of the Scaife-funded Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty.[1]

In 1996, Aldrich wrote Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside the Clinton White House (published by Regnery Publishing), condemned in the mainstream news media as an untruthful attack—for example, CNN reviewed it, saying the book is "filled ... with second-hand, unsubstantiated sexual rumors about and bitter attacks against President and Mrs. Clinton".[2]

Aldrich has since written for conservative publications including WorldNetDaily and Townhall.com.

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  1. Meet the Staff. Patrick Henry Center For Individual Liberty. Retrieved on 2011-04-24. “GARY ALDRICH- President and Founder”
  2. Mark Feldstein (1996-06-28). Former FBI agent attacks Clintons in new book - June 28, 1996. CNN. Retrieved on 2011-04-24. “t's not the kind of book that has mass appendices in it, that has documents in it," publisher Alfred Regnery said. "That's not what Gary Aldrich tried to do." Aldrich, who worked at the White House from 1990 to 1995, filled his book with second-hand, unsubstantiated sexual rumors about and bitter attacks against President and Mrs. Clinton.”

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