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New biography portrays Hillary Clinton as 'ruthless'

Conservative groups are promoting a Hillary Rodham Clinton biography that hits bookstores today as a work so damning it could destroy any possible bid for the presidency in 2008.

The 305-page book, The Truth About Hillary: What She Knew, When She Knew It, and How Far She'll Go to Become President, by Edward Klein, portrays the senator as a ruthless and ambitious woman who would stop at nothing to protect her husband's presidency.

Philippe Reines, a spokesman for the senator, said, "We don't comment on works of fiction, let alone a book full of blatant and vicious fabrications contrived by someone who writes trash for cash.'' AP

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