But for that pesky photo! NY Times reporter says Clintons flat out lied to her

When it rains, it pours.

One of The New York Times reporters who exposed the Clinton Foundation‘s connection to the sale of a uranium company to Russia said the Clintons flat out lied to her about former President Bill Clinton meeting with key players in the deal, according to The Daily Caller.

Appearing in a Fox News special scheduled to air Friday evening, Times reporter Jo Becker spoke about the deception involving a meeting between the head of the uranium mining company Kazatomprom, Frank Giustra, a Canadian millionaire, and Clinton.

clinton-mtg2After the meeting, which the Clintons denied ever happened, Giustra donated $31.3 million to the Clinton Foundation, The Times reported.

“When I first contacted both the Clinton Foundation, Mr. Clinton’s spokesman and Mr. Giustra they denied any such meeting ever took place,” Becker said.

Except for that pesky photograph…

“But then when we told them, we already talked to the head of Kazatomprom who not only told us all about the meeting, but actually has a picture of him and Bill at the home in Chappaqua that he proudly displayed on his office wall, they then acknowledged that yes, the meeting had taken place.”

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While Giustra may be a wealthy man, the mining financier apparently was not cautioned on the pitfalls of social media, as Twitchy.com noted that his Twitter feed is replete with photographs of his lavish lifestyle, including beautiful women, celebrities — and Bill Clinton!


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