While Hillary Clinton hurled accusations at President Donald Trump for being “cozy” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, it seems she had her own intriguing relationship with the Russians.
A new book chronicling Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 presidential bid revealed the many scandals that led to her resounding defeat according to New York Times best-selling author, Doug Wead.
Game of Thorns: The Inside Story of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign & Donald Trump’s Winning Strategy by Doug Wead. Feb. 28, Should be good pic.twitter.com/hQubhFzCAL
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In his book, “Game of Thorns: The Inside Story of Hillary Clinton’s Failed Campaign and Donald Trump’s Winning Strategy,” the presidential historian exposed the scale of the Clintons’ corruption, including how they “sold sleepovers” in the Lincoln Bedroom for up to $400,000 while they occupied the White House.
Wead detailed Clinton’s strange relationship with Russia when she served as secretary of state as well as the “pay to play” practices with China that prompted a Chinese-American businessman, and Clinton fundraiser, to secretly record a confession video out of fear for his life.
EXCLUSIVE: Bill and Hillary Clinton befriended a fry cook who funneled hundreds of thousands in illegal donations https://t.co/njbAf8ShF7
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Clinton had a “verifiable, unscrupulous relationship with Russia,” the Daily Mail reported.
“Clinton encouraged American tech companies to help fund Skolkovo, the Russian version of Silicon Valley,” Wead explained in his book. “In return, Skolkovo raised millions of dollars for the Clinton Foundation.”
But it didn’t end there.
“Her State Department approved a deal that allowed the Russian government to control almost 20 percent of America’s uranium production,” Wead continued. “The company involved, Uranium One, donated $2.6 million to the Clinton Foundation.”
And with no one willing to take on the Clinton Foundation, Wead alleged, large companies gave major donations in an effort to lobby and get what they wanted out of Clinton.
“The State Department was basically for sale,” Wead wrote.
‘The ethical questions surrounding the Clintons preceded them into office” Wead stated, adding that they “continued unabated during their time in the White House” and ultimately led to Clinton’s defeat in November.
Meanwhile, Trump was recently caught on hot mic stating he hadn’t “called Russia in 10 years.”
Rep. Trey Gowdy also criticized the idea of a special prosecutor investigating alleged ties between Trump and Russia.
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