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Wikileaks: Optics Be Damned, Hillary Wanted To Give Bill One Last Bite Of the Paid Speech Apple From Wall Street

Hillary Clinton’s campaign staffers were quite adamant that former President Bill Clinton shouldn’t be allowed to take one last bite of the paid...
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