Feb 04, 2016

Clinton bashes Wall Street, rakes in $17 million from financial sector | Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton defended her acceptance of generous speaking fees from Goldman Sachs by arguing that Wall Street is not giving me very much money now during a televised town hall in New Hampshire Wednesday evening. But Federal Election Commission filings indicate not only Goldman Sachs, but other major financial firms, have poured money into Clinton's campaign and political action committee. Her...

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