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Hillary’s Clinton’s Leaked Speech Excerpts Show She’s Embraced Wall Street’s Dark Side

In August 2004, then–New York Senator Hillary Clinton rang the opening bell at the New York Mercantile Exchange, the world’s reigning energy market. When she arrived at the trading floor, the traders unabashedly booed her. “It wasn’t because they hate Democrats,” a young man who worked in the trading pits, Ben Kaufman, told me at the time. “A lot of the traders are Democrats.
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