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Anti-Wall St. crusader Hillary Clinton explains accepting $675k from Goldman Sachs: ‘That’s what they offered’

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By Doug Powers  •  February 3, 2016 09:43 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

At a Democrat Town Hall Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton was asked about all the money she raked in for delivering speeches to Wall Street firms while pretending to be Wall Street’s biggest foe. Her answer was a lesson in progressive-style capitalism:

Standing up to Wall Street isn’t easy but it’s necessary! And of course they wanted nothing in return.

Even better, after that, Hillary said she only accepted that arrangement because she had no idea at the time she’d end up running for president. People with rock solid principles like that don’t come along every day.

Oh, and besides, everybody else does it:

Clinton said, “Well, I don’t know. That’s what they offered so … you know, every secretary of state that I know has done that.”

Every secretary of state she knows probably also kept classified info on a private email server located in parts unknown and subsequently been the subject of an FBI investigation.

Video of the whole exchange is here.

**Written by Doug Powers

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