Clinton "critic" Christopher Ruddy, author of The Ruddy Investigation and The Strange Death of Vincent Foster is now a friend of Bill
"...what disturbs me most about this administration is that they have engaged in a pattern of abuse of power ..."
Ruddy's criticism of the Clintons was popular with conservatives.
"Newsmax, the conservative news organization, last year pledged $1 million to the Clinton Foundation over a five-year period, according to a spokesman for Chris Ruddy, the organization’s CEO." Wall Street Journal
Christopher Ruddy captured the
attention of conservative Republicans by casting
suspicion on the Clintons about the death of Vincent Foster
Christopher Ruddy cast suspicion on the Clintons by falsely stating the FBI was "kept off the Foster case."
Some of the errors advanced by Christopher Ruddy's reporting that misdirected the public:
-The Clinton White House kept the FBI off the case.
-Foster's car was at Fort Marcy Park.
-Foster was left-handed.
-Park Police did not photograph Foster's body.
-There was a second body site.
-Foster's body was dumped in the park.
-Foster had a secret apartment.
-Vince Foster may have commited suicide.
Ruddy thinks Hillary Clinton would "make a great presidential candidate." -
World Net Daily's said Chris Ruddy has "gone over to the dark side."
Ruddy poses in Nelson Mandela's former jail cell when he flew to South Africa with
The Ruddy Ruse
He's told us that Starr's a sham prosecutor.
(Oh, Christopher, right you are!),
But he, who steers clear of the Knowlton suit,
Is a make-believe critic of Starr.
- David Martin
"The White House takes control of the death investigation and engages in one of the most serious abuse of powers..."
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Clinton's friend and false critic Christopher Ruddy advised Donald Trump to nominate Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh
In a to the Independent Counsel's office Chris Ruddy assured Kavanaugh that he would not report that Brett asked the grand jury witness Patrick Knowlton an inappropriate sexual question to discredit Knowlton's testimony before the grand jury.