Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton: Re-writing history, one day at a time.
Posted on 06/09/2014 11:13:57 AM PDT by Renkluaf
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, if you -- you have no reason to remember, but we came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt. We had no money when we got there and we struggled to, you know, piece together the resources for mortgages for houses,...
The Clintons, indebted by over $5 million in legal bills from the investigations that have marked the Clinton Presidency, were able to buy the white-shingled, five-bedroom home in Chappaqua after Mr. Clinton's chief fund-raiser, Terry McAuliffe, personally secured the loan.
The White House said that Mr. McAuliffe had put up $1.35 million of his own money with Bankers Trust. Under the terms of the mortgage, Mr. McAuliffe will get the money back, with interest from the bank, once the Clintons pay back the mortgage, or, as is more likely, refinance it in five years.
Oh, the struggle. Having your best-bud guarantee your loan then sign a $8M book advance a couple of month later. Wo is me!
and buy a 6 million dollar house, was that no money down and no money in the bank and no job purchase
What difference does it make?
What about all those billions in cash that she brought over to Swiss banks in her diplomatic pouch? There was Clintbilly’s 5% take from the cartels who ran drugs through Mena Airport, over the Mexican border, and through Kosovo?
I was shocked to hear on FNC this morning that “two thirds” of the people infesting the United States claim that Hillary is “a strong leader”. Imagine how high that figure is going to go when the other 48 states legalize marijuana. We may be talking 170% here!
What about the sofa they took out of the White House?
And they bought a huge house in Georgetown too.
I expect McAuliffe to be her VP pick.
Yup. I imagine that carpetbagging is a relatively high overhead business.