In an incredible display of narcissism Hillary Clinton returned to the State Department on Tuesday to dedicate the new Hillary Clinton Pavilion.
The exhibition hall is a glass entrance to the Diplomacy Center and was paid for with 37 million in corporate and foreign donations, Dick Morris reported.
“I’m thrilled to be here at the new Hillary Clinton Pavilion,” she said at the ceremony. “I’m sure you will notice it is the most transparent part of the entire project.”
Yes. Because she is known for her transparency.
Many of the donations came from governments with issues pending before the State Department. They include the tyrannical regimes of the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Brunei, according to Morris.
Donations of $2.5 million or greater came from PepsiCo, Boeing, FedEx and Intel, who also made contributions to the Clinton Foundation, and that’s not all Morris wrote.
Other contributors included Cisco, Bank of America, Caterpillar, Citigroup, eBay, General Electric, Microsoft, Wal-Mart, and co-founder of Blackstone, all of whom gave between $500,000 and $1,000,000 to the Hillarys Center project. All, except Schwarzman, were also Clinton Foundation donors. (Schwarzman’s partner, Pete Peterson, gave between $1 million and $5 million to the foundation).
None of those donations were mentioned by Clinton in her speech.
“I’m excited about the historic artifacts and the cutting-edge exhibits that will be here to teach and inspire future generations about the work of our country’s diplomats,” she said. “Students and visitors alike will be able to simulate high-stakes diplomatic negotiation, learn more about resolving disputes in our increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.”
But will there be an exhibit on how to handle classified emails?
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