It consists of fees from speeches which were originally reported as “revenue” and not “donations.”
Hillary can make it rain, that’s for sure. Even in California.
The quite liberal Vox reports on Hillary Clinton’s “unusually close relationship with Corning” during her run for Senate and in the years after that.
Many of these fees came to Mr. Clinton while Mrs. Clinton was Secretary of State, which as they say raises some eyebrows, or at least should.
Why does Bernanke command such high fees? He’s been wrong over and over.
“Damn, it feels good to be a crony…”
Last year it published a story about Joe and Mika in Detroiter Magazine, its glossy newsletter. The profile was … how to put it? Flattering? Fawning? Hagiographic? Nope. Those adjectives fall short. More like a North Korean news agency press release on Adderall.
A good piece of that $100 million comes from the speaking her husband has done since leaving office. But Ms. Clinton is doing her best to catch up to ole’ Bill. I can’t imagine why companies and organizations would want to pay $200,000 for a one hour speech by someone who might again have access to the power of the presidency.
We’ve come a long way from cattle futures in Arkansas.
At least he’s not doing too much damage in the private sector. At least not yet. Nice that the banks are happy to pay so much for Mr. Geithner to just show up and talk for an hour.
Hillary Clinton still has $73,000 in debt from her 2008 campaign hanging out there. But don’t worry folks, it’s not affecting her credit rating. No sirree.