The National Enquirer has scooped some very big domestic scandals over many years, they vet these stories extensively and in this case, a story they have been working on for over two years, they examined documents, letters, emails and diaries written at the time of the story being presented. This is a very valid story, yet none of the mainstream media will touch it. Cocaine, hookers, lesbian affairs, affairs with many others, sexual depravity of both Clinton's, lies and corruption--and this is the Democratic Presidential candidate!! Come on America--stop the insanity, stop the corruption, retake our country now or we will never have another chance. Never.
Rovin has written encyclopedias about popular culture, including The Encyclopedia of Superheroes (Facts On File, 1985), The Encyclopedia of Super Villains (Facts On File, 1987) The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Cartoon Animals (Prentice Hall, 1991), and The Encyclopedia of Monsters (Checkmark Books, 1990). He has worked on biographical and film books on such performers as Kelsey Grammer, Lana Turner, Adam West, Ellen DeGeneres, Jackie Chan, Charlton Heston, Elvis Presley, Sylvester Stallone, Richard Pryor, Luke Perry, Jason Priestley, and Julio Iglesias, and on the animated series The Simpsons. Additionally, he has written quiz and joke books.
Rovin's novels are in the fields of thriller, horror, adventure, and mystery, in addition to the military field with books in the Force Five and Tom Clancy's Op-Center series. His Tom Clancy's Op-Center: War of Eagles became a New York Times Best Seller.
His later Unit Omega books were written under the name pen name Jim Grand.[ He then began writing further military suspense novels under his own name, such as Tempest Down, Dead Rising, and Rogue Angel.
On October 24, 2016, he appeared in an interview on Hannity following an expose in the National Inquirer where he claimed he had spent several years working as a "fixer" for Bill and Hillary Clinton. He attested that he "fixed" many problems and "killed stories" for the Clintons by paying off tipsters and journalists, and helped keep the Clinton's open marriage a secret.