Hillary Clinton got secret plastic surgery before running for president under pressure from husband Bill Clinton, according to a new book.
Bill Clinton “wanted her to get a face-lift,” Ed Klein wrote in his new book, Unlikeable. “She couldn’t do anything about the calendar — she’d be 69 years old in 2016 — but she could do something about the lines and sagging skin on her face.”
Hillary didn’t want to go to plastic surgeon’s office, so she had one come to her house. The doctor performed a facelift, eye work and Botox, claims Klein.
“She had her cheeks lifted and her wrinkles and lines Botoxed,” Klein wrote in Unlikeable. “She had work done on her eyes as well as on her neck and forehead.”
Meanwhile, Clinton’s rep Nick Merrill vehemently denied Hillary got plastic surgery, and slammed Ed Klein as a sleazy tabloid writer. “Someone should do a book about Ed,” Merrill told Page Six. “They could call it ‘Bulls - - t: The Problem With anything Ed Klein Writes.’
“The only true thing about him is his consistent and utter lack of a relationship with the facts. He has more hair than credibility, and the man is bald. So we’re not going to get down in the gutter with him and his outrageous fabrications.”
Hillary came under fire in July 2015 amid reports she paid $600 for a fancy haircut on New Yorks’ tony Fifth Avenue, all while telling voters she’s “just like them.”
This isn’t a the first time a Clinton haircut has made headlines. In 1993, Hillary’s husband Bill, who was then president of the United States, had Air Force One idling at Los Angeles International Airport for an hour as he received a $200 trim.
Bill’s haircut was called the “most expensive haircut in the world” for forcing two surrounding LAX runways to be shut down, diverting several flights.
In 2014, Hillary told ABC News she and Bill were “dead broke” when they left the White House in 2001.
“We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt,” said Hillary. “We had no money and we struggled to piece together the resources for mortgages, for houses, for Chelsea’s education. It was not easy.”
Hillary received an $8 million book advance for her memoir Living History shortly before she left the White House, according to Mother Jones. The Clintons also bought two homes (for a combined $4.5 million) shortly before Bill’s presidency was up.