February 04, 2016 0 Comments

Hillary Clinton’s Awkward Explanation for Why She Took Goldman Sachs’ Money

NEW HAMPSHIRE - Anderson Cooper made Hillary Clinton squirm Wednesday night at CNN's Democratic Presidential Town Hall. Clinton was forced to defend taking money from Goldman Sachs after Cooper asked about the $675,000 they paid her. Clinton responded;

"Well, I don’t know. That’s what they offered. Every Secretary of State I know has done that."

Hillary awkwardly tried to distance herself from being bought by Wall Street saying;

"But anybody who knows me, who thinks that they can influence me—name anything they’ve influenced me on. Just name one thing. I’m out here every day saying i’m going to shut them down. I’m going after them. I’m going to jail them if they should be jailed. I’m going to break them up. They’re not giving me very much money now, I can tell you that much. Fine with me."

Bernie Sanders campaign took advantage of Hillary's terrible answer by sending out a release to reporters detailing Clinton's connections to Goldman Sachs, along with several news clips explaining how the investment bank played a huge role in the lead-up to the 2008 financial crisis. 

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