With Hillary Clinton getting closer to an official 2016 presidential campaign, the RNC is up with a new “infomercial” to highlight Hillary’s many demands for her high-priced speaking appearances. Hillary Clinton may claim she’s ‘dead broke,’ but she earns more in one speech than nearly 90% of all Americans earn in an entire year. From charging cash-strapped universities, to riding on chartered jets, and demanding crudités in her hold room…”poor” Hillary is just out-of-touch.
Take a look at the new infomercial:
One million, five hundred sixteen thousand, two hundred and twenty one dollars. That’s how much candidates dished out to fly the Clintons to campaign for them across the country last year… and most of them lost. Seems like a pretty bad investment.
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Democrat leaders in the crucial presidential state of Iowa don’t seem to ‘ready for Hilary.’ Take a look at what they’re saying:
Just how much did 2014 Democrat Senatorial Candidates spend on Hilary Clinton in 2014? It’s a lot, have a look:
The SIX most lavish demands Hillary makes that show just how out of touch she is:
Looks like “dead broke” Hillary is at it again. Even in the middle of an election she can’t resist charging six figure speaking fees in between fundraising events with wealthy Democrat donors. Not exactly helping to repair the self-inflicted damage she’s already caused to her would-be campaign.
Hillary Clinton is stepping up her work on behalf of Democratic candidates locked in tough midterm battles, but she’s often making it worth her while as well, killing two birds with one stone by giving paid speeches in the same cities where she holds events to help Democrats.
On Thursday, the potential 2016 presidential candidate travels to Miami, Florida for a fundraiser for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist — the same day she’s being paid to keynote the CREW Network’s 2014 Convention & Marketplace in Miami Beach. She also tacking on another signing of her book “Hard Choices” at a nearby store, which is expected to draw 1,000 visitors.
In light of her demands of a private jet, presidential suite, and rooms for her entourage, Nevada reporter Jon Ralston rips Hillary Clinton’s “royal treatment” at an upcoming speaking engagement at UNLV.
“And now, a word about royalty. We don’t have kings and queens in America, or at least we shouldn’t. But when I see the red carpet UNLV is rolling out for Hillary Clinton in two months I start to wonder. Unless you’re a mindless partisan, the details of that contract with the UNLV Foundation should disturb you. They were uncovered, as I said by the RJ’s Lara Myers, and published over the weekend. The contract reads as if Hillary is being given the, yes, royal treatment. Now it is bad enough that the UNLV Foundation folks agreed to that outrageous $225,000 fee as students struggle to make ends meet, but the contract they signed shows they were willing to agree to terms no self-respecting institution would
While Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State under Barack Obama, Bill Clinton earned at least $48 million from countries and entities that “had interests in influencing the Obama administration.”
“But an inspection by the Examiner and Judicial Watch of donations to the Clinton Foundation, Hillary Clinton’s personal financial disclosure forms, and the State Department conflict-of-interest reviews shows that at least $48 million flowed to the Clintons’ personal coffers from many entities that clearly had interests in influencing the Obama administration — and perhaps currying favor with a future president as well.
Saudi Arabia, for example, was a key Clinton benefactor. The oil-producing giant has had a relationship with the Clintons dating back to Bill Clinton’s time as governor of Arkansas.
In 1992, while running for president, then-Gov. Clinton secured a $3.5 million Saudi donation for a Middle East studies program at the University of Arkansas.
A few weeks after Clinton was inaugurated president, the Saudis kicked in another $20 million. Both deals were brokered by a close Clinton friend, David Edwards.”
“Bill Clinton also was active in China, as was Hillary Clinton, who championed the notion of a “pivot” toward Asia during her time as secretary of state.
In the period after Hillary Clinton signed the ethics agreement, Bill Clinton gave four speeches in China or to Chinese-sponsored entities in the U.S., earning $1.7 million.
By comparison, between 2001 through 2007 — just after he left office, when a former president is normally most in demand — he gave seven speeches in China, earning $1.4 million.
Groups with interests in China also donated between $750,000 and $1.75 million, at a minimum, to the Clinton Foundation.”
As Hillary Clinton and her husband continue to collect exorbitant speaking fees, she was tripped up – yet again – when discussing her family’s wealth. When asked if she knew her net worth, Clinton responded that she only knew “within a range.”