CNN ARTICLE 2015 $152 MILLION FOR 729 PERSONAL WEALTH SPEECHES AND IN [ERSONAL WEALTH SPEECH MONEY AND THEN WASHINTON POST ARTICLE 2014 $104 MILLION IN PERSONAL WEALTH SPEECHES

Wasserman’s charitable foundation has given the Clinton Foundation between $5 million and $10 million. In 2009 and 2010, his investment company paid Bill Clinton $3.13 million in consulting fees. Reveals how foundation donors got access to Clinton and her close aides at State Dept.

 Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail

The Democratic presidential nominee hits the road after her party’s national convention.

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FP STREET “(CANADA) The country’s second largest bank,TD, by market capitalization, has paid Mr. Clinton a total of US$1.8-million for 10 speeches since his return to private life

“(CANADA) The country’s second largest bank, by market capitalization, has paid Mr. Clinton a total of US$1.8-million for 10 speeches since his return to private life, according to figures compiled by the Washington Post, based on public filings by the Clintons.”How TD Bank (CANADA) is linking up with Bill Clinton to win over the U.S. market (fact checked) The country’s second largest bank, by market capitalization, has paid Mr. Clinton a total of US$1.8-million for 10 speeches since his return to private life, according to figures compiled by the Washington Post, based on public filings by the Clintons.Since he left office in 2001, the former president has been amassing millions on the global speaking circuit, but among financial institutions, his single biggest client has been Canada’s own TD.

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A Washington Post Investigation: The Clintons’ fundraising operation — $3 billion amassed by one couple, working in tandem for more than four decades — has no equal.

LETTER FROM SAM WALTON

When he was raising early money for his presidential campaign in 1991, Bill Clinton received a boost from the conservative founder of Wal-Mart, Sam Walton. The Post investigation found that many top Clinton patrons supported them in multiple ways, helping finance their political causes, their legal needs, their philanthropy and their personal bank accounts. In some cases, companies connected to their donors hired the Clintons as paid speakers, helping them collect more than $150 million on the lecture circuit in the past 15 years.

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