Bill Clinton puts Billionaire’s Money Where His Mouth Is

Washinton Post – Clinton gave 13 speeches for which he made more than $500,000. Eleven of those occurred since January 2009, when Hillary Clinton became secretary of state. Only two happened before then.

In 2014, eye, the Washington Post analyzed Clinton’s speaking fees and found he made at least $104 million in speaking fees between 2001 through 2012 — more than half of that income came from speeches in foreign countries (though he gave more speeches within the United States)

Here’s a list of all the speeches for which Clinton received a fee of $500,000 or higher, including the year, location, host and actual fee:

  1. 2003— Japan, $500,000 Sakura Asset Management (Japanese finance corporation) (A note: This speech was canceled, but the fee went to Clinton’s presidential library foundation);
  2. 2008— California, $500,000, Power Within (life coach Anthony Robbins’ brand);
  3. 2010— Russia, $500,000, Renaissance Capital (Russian finance corporation);
  4. 2010— United Arab Emirates, $500,000, Novo Nordisk (Danish pharmaceutical company);
  5. 2011— Nigeria, $700,000, THISDAY (newspaper);
  6. 2011— Austria, $500,000, Center for Global Dialogue and Cooperation(Austrian nongovernmental organization);
  7. 2011— Netherlands, $600,000, Achmea (Dutch finance corporation);
  8. 2011— China, $550,000, Huatuo CEO Forum (business conference);
  9. 2011— United Arab Emirates, $500,000, Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative (international environmental information organization);
  10. 2011— Hong Kong, $750,000, Ericsson (Swedish multinational communications technology company);
  11. 2012— Nigeria, $700,000, THISDAY (newspaper);
  12. 2012— Austria, $500,000, Center for Global Dialogue and Cooperation(Austrian nongovernmental organization);
  13. 2012— Italy, $500,000, Technogym (fitness equipment manufacturer).

 

So in the time Clinton left the White House in January 2001 and when his wife stepped down from secretary of state in February 2013, Clinton indeed gave 13 speeches for which he made more than $500,000. Eleven of those occurred since January 2009, when Hillary Clinton became secretary of state. Only two happened before then.

 

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