In the Press

Author Edward KleinThe New York Post, March 14, 2015: Obama adviser behind leak of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal

Breitbart, March 11, 2015: Ed Klein: W.H. has six investigations into Hillary

Slate, March 15, 2015: New York Post: Obama Adviser Leaked Details of Clinton’s Email to Press

Newsmax, March 17, 2015: Edward Klein: Obama Knew, Cautioned Hillary About Private Email Use

Mediate, March 11, 2015: Fox Guest: Hillary Email Controversy an “Inside Job” Ordered by Obama, Valerie Jarrett

Washington Post, July 11, 2014: Ed Klein’s book is out-selling Hillary Clinton

The New York Times, July 10, 2014: A Provocateur’s Book on Hillary Clinton Overtakes Her Memoir in Sales

New York Magazine, August 12, 2014: The ultimate indignity arrived soon after publication: Following a brief reign as a No. 1 best seller, [Hillary Clinton’s memoir] Hard Choiceswas toppled by Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas, by Edward Klein

American Thinker, May 14, 2012: Edward Klein’s new book on Barack Obama, The Amateur: Barack Obama in the White House, is a withering portrayal of a radical adrift, in over his head, drowning in his own incompetency — while being weighed down by a small circle of “advisers” who are compounding the problem of the Amateur in the White House

Vanity Fair, June 2009: Senator Edward Kennedy’s diagnosis of brain cancer, in May 2008, touched off an extraordinary medical battle—and a veiled rivalry over who might succeed him as symbolic head of America’s fabled dynasty. Would it be R.F.K.’s oldest son, Joe? J.F.K.’s daughter, Caroline? Or the senator’s second wife, Victoria? An excerpt [in Vanity Fair] from the new book Ted Kennedy: The Dream That Never Died reveals the family’s shifting dynamics, the confrontation that led Caroline to drop her political bid, and the triumphant, grueling winter of the last Kennedy brother
Herald Tribune, July 21, 2003: I read [The Kennedy Curse] in tandem with the serious, scholarly An Unfinished Life by Robert Dallek. The latter has won critical raves, delving into JFK’s illnesses and psychoanalyzing his super sex drive. Together, these books are an in-depth look at America’s most famous family. I don’t see how anyone could resist both, but everyone isn’t a pop-culture/history junkie