POSTED BELOW IS A LIST OF $27 Million Dollars Worth Of “HONORARIUMS” THAT HILLARY CLINTON RECEIVED FROM SPEECHES OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS
LAST SATURDAYS OUOTES FROM THE WASHINGTON POST ARTICLE
Last Saturday the Washington Post run an article on this issue stating the following; “Clinton, for instance, described her free-trade ambitions during a 2013 appearance before an Italian banking group. Records show the group, Itaú BBA USA Securities, paid her $225,000”.
“Clinton, who was paid more than $20 million for speeches between 2013 and 2015, had said she would “look into” releasing the transcripts — but she never has indicated any plans to do so. While Clinton has attacked Trump for refusing to release his tax returns, some critics have pointed to the speeches by Clinton as evidence that she, too, has not been fully transparent with voters.“My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders,” she said, according to an email first reported by BuzzFeed.
Over the last several weeks a local TV station have been running an ad claiming that Hillary Clinton has received about $22 Million Dollars in “Honorariums” for speeches she given over the last several years.
The national main stream media is seemly going nuts that Hillary Clinton took three big paychecks for speeches giving to a gathering at Goldman Sachs.At $225,000 a pop.
It looks like the television ads placed in the local TV station may be accurate. It looks like that Hillary Clinton have been extremely busy raking in millions of dollars in “Honorariums” for speeches given since she left her post as Secretary of State.
“IS IT TRUE” will be posted on this coming MONDAY
Todays READERS POLL question is: Are the speeches given by Hillary Clinton over the last several years worth $21.7 million dollars?
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