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WHY HILLARY GOT 200 GRAND A POP FOR HER WALL STREET SPEECHES: “Knowing Hillary’s genuine policy go…

WHY HILLARY GOT 200 GRAND A POP FOR HER WALL STREET SPEECHES: “Knowing Hillary’s genuine policy goals is very valuable to investors and business planners. Wall Street toffs who pay her top dollar speaking fees receive off the record insider info American proles don’t get to hear.” See, she holds public and private positions.
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