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    Dem Pollster: Clinton ‘May Be Immune To Pay To Play’

    Dem Pollster: Clinton ‘May Be Immune To Pay To Play’


    PETER HASSON
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    5:58 PM 10/26/2016

    Democratic pollster and former Bill Clinton adviser Stanley Greenberg thinks Hillary Clinton may be immune to pay-to-play charges, according to a February 2016 email he sent to Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.

    “She seems indifferent to the systemic corruption that makes it impossible for government to act for the middle class or address big problems, like climate or health care,” Greenberg said. “She may be immune to pay to play, but the system isn’t. She’s got to distinguish between self and country — and needs to.”

    Earlier in the email, Greenberg wrote, “She does not talk about what she is for — and presents the whole issue of trust and integrity — surely, Barak Obama and I won’t be influenced by money as we make brave choices.”

    “It is all about trust, though she has less in the bank than the president,” Greenberg said.

    Greenberg’s email to Podesta was one of the thousands of stolen from Podesta’s personal email account and published on WikiLeaks.

    From:sgreenberg@gqrr.comTo: john.podesta@gmail.com Date: 2016-02-15 15:10Subject: Reform

    John,I think as you must that she's put herself in a terrible box and in a position that maximizes her vulnerability

    She does not talk about what she is for -- and presents the whole issue of trust and integrity -- surely, Barak Obama and I won't be influenced by money as we make brave choices.

    It is all about trust, though she has less in the bank than the president.

    She seems indifferent to the systemic corruption that makes it impossible for government to act for the middle class or address big problems, like climate or health care. She may be immune to pay to play, but the systemic isn't. She's got to distinguish between self and country - and needs to.I won't go on.

    Any point in discussing? Open to any vehicle to get to a better spot.She has a strategy that will probably get her to a delegate majority, but not one that aligns with the forces that will demand change.Be well. StanSent from my iPad


    The Clinton campaign has accused Russian hackers of being behind the leaks.Previous Podesta emails revealed unease within the Hillary Clinton campaign over whether Clinton, who has faced pay-to-play accusations regarding her time as secretary of state, should support the stronger anti-bribery legislation.


    http://dailycaller.com/2016/10/26/dem-pollster-clinton-may-be-immune-to-pay-to-play/
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    The Clinton's smell of stench and have no empathy for anyone in their wake.

    Its all about their personal enrichment and we the people are just obstacle's in their
    path to self- indulgent.

    They care of no one or the damage to country resulting from their GREED FOR POWER & MONEY!
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