Skip to comments.State Department approved 215 Bill Clinton speeches, controversial consulting deal, worth $48m; Hil
Posted on 07/30/2014 12:19:24 PM PDT by ColdOne
Full title....State Department approved 215 Bill Clinton speeches, controversial consulting deal, worth $48m; Hillary Clinton's COS copied on all decisions
A joint investigation by the Washington Examiner and the nonprofit watchdog group Judicial Watch found that former President Clinton gave 215 speeches and earned $48 million while his wife presided over U.S. foreign policy, raising questions about whether the Clintons fulfilled ethics agreements related to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.
According to documents obtained by Judicial Watch and released Wednesday in an ongoing Freedom of Information Act case, State Department officials charged with reviewing Bill Clinton's proposed speeches did not object to a single one.
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Ole BJ is the best father ever, making the ultimate sacrifice.
He had to give one extra speech to pay for Chel’s college education.
Questions as to whether ethics violations occurred?? Ethics related to the Clintons?? Who would have believed it.
The Clintons? Corrupt? How can this be?
This crap has got to stop. It just amazes me that the general public is either unaware or just don’t care.
Considering she ain’t his kid I would say it is generous.
Is he worth it? Not a penny.
We have found Secretary of State Clinton’s greatest achievement:
Fundraiser for the Cinton Foundation
And Bill probably got an under the table bonus before or after every speech.
The corruption with these two just never ends, and goes deeper than one who is not a professional grifter can imagine.
Was it BJ Clinton or John-Boy Hunter-Edwards who won the “Father of the Year” award?
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