Dick Morris sounds alarm on ‘Nixonian and paranoid’ Hillary

Ex-adviser warns Clinton poised for ‘power grab’ bigger than IRS scandal

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In a radio interview Sunday, former Bill Clinton strategist turned Republican adviser Dick Morris warned Hillary Clinton is “totally Nixonian and paranoid.”

Speaking on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on New York’s AM 970 The Answer, Morris cautioned the IRS scandal under President Obama will seem like child’s play “next to what Hillary would do.”

“I would never turn my back on Hillary for a minute,” Morris warned.

“Hillary is totally Nixonian and paranoid,” Morris told Klein. “Just to give you an idea, this women hired a fleet of detectives to track down all of the women her husband was involved with, not to stop him but to make sure they didn’t talk.”

Asked whether he sees Clinton as just as “radical” as Obama on domestic policy, Morris replied: “I think she’d be a little different.”

Morris said that on healthcare “she’d of course be as radical. It was her plan that he passed.”

“I think, though, that in terms of fundamentally, I don’t think she’d be as biased against the American economy. But it doesn’t make a difference. There are other things she’d do more.”

“The IRS scandal is a piker next to what Hillary would do,” added Morris.

Morris pointed to the case of Raymond McGovern, a retired CIA officer turned political activist who served the agency from 1963 to 1990. In the 1980s, McGovern chaired the White House’s National Intelligence Estimates and prepared the President’s Daily Brief.

McGovern was arrested during a Hillary Clinton speech on February 16, 2011, at George Washington University after he stood silently with his back turned to protest U.S. military action overseas during the then-Secretary of State’s address.

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