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Tuesday, May 03, 2016
The Corrupt Clinton Campaign Rambles On
2016 Election News Complied By The RNC
Clinton brought on a former aide who helped organize a “wide-reaching campaign
finance scandal” during her 2008 presidential run.
Times reports: Democratic presidential front-runner
Hillary Clinton is bringing on Minyon Moore, a longtime aide tied to disgraced
political financier Jeffrey Thompson, as a senior adviser to her campaign to
focus on political outreach and strategy.
Moore was at the center of a 2008 fundraising
scheme tied to Thompson, who was convicted of funding a “shadow campaign” for
former D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray in 2010.
pleaded guilty in 2014 to funneling more than $600,000 in illicit donations to Clinton’s
2008 White House bid.
According to court
documents, Moore asked Thompson to pay for canvassers and “street teams” to
reach minority voters in several key early-primary states during the 2008
Democratic presidential nominating contest.
Sanders campaign is accusing Hillary Clinton of “laundering” donations though
the Hillary Victory Fund.
CNN reports: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders campaign spent part of
Monday fighting over how much money the front-runner's operation has actually
raised for state parties, with Sanders' campaign charging Clinton with
Clinton is looting funds meant for the state parties to skirt fundraising
limits on her presidential campaign," Jeff Weaver, Sanders' campaign
manager, said in a statement Monday.
think the Clinton campaign should let the state parties keep their fair share
of the cash,” Weaver continued.
"If Secretary Clinton can't raise the funds needed to run in a competitive
primary without resorting to laundering, how will she compete against Donald
Trump in a general election?"
Clinton was confronted by a laid off coal worker over her comments promising
“to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”
Fox News reports: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was
confronted Monday at a campaign stop in West Virginia by a laid-off coal worker
over previous comments she made that “we’re going to put a lot of coal miners
and coal companies out of business.”
attending a panel discussion with residents and Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in
Williamson, W. Va. when she was asked a question by Bo Copley who told her he was a laid off worker in the
“I just want to know how you can say you’re
going to put a lot of coal miners out of, out of jobs, and then come in here
and tell us how you’re going to be our friend, because those people out there
don’t see you as a friend,” Copley said, sometimes breaking into tears, as the
chants of the protesters were heard outside.
Republican National Committee responded Monday to Clinton calling her earlier
comments a “misstatement.”
Clinton really stood with coal country she’d be calling on the Obama EPA to
stop taking a wrecking ball to their way of life. Given her steadfast support
for Obama’s War on Coal, her promise to ‘put a lot of coal miners and coal
companies out of business’ may have been one of the few honest moments she’s
had this entire campaign,” said RNC spokesman Michael Short.