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WikiLeaks: Hacked emails show excerpts of paid Hillary Clinton speeches...

WikiLeaks: Hacked emails show excerpts of paid Hillary Clinton speeches...

The Clinton campaign is in damage control mode this weekend as excerpts of Hillary Clinton’s paid Wall Street speeches were released in an email sent to chairman John Podesta as well as other senior staff on January 25, 2016. As we previously reported Wikileaks published over 2,000 leaked emails hacked from an account belonging to Hillary's campaign chair John Podesta.

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Attached are the flags from HRC’s paid speeches we have from HWA. I put some highlights below. There is a lot of policy positions that we should give an extra scrub with Policy. In terms of what was opened to the press and what was not, the Washington Examiner got a hold of one of the private speech contracts (her speeches to universities were typically open press), so this is worth a read

Click here to read the entire LEAKED email

WikiLeaks: Hacked emails show excerpts of paid Hillary Clinton speeches...

Click here to read the entire LEAKED email






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